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Explore a new site dedicated to on-device machine learning. It explains why you should care about running on-device ML, gives a clear overview of Google's solutions and tools, and helps you to quickly get started in your own apps.
Discover version 1.0 of Jetpack Compose, Android's modern, native UI toolkit to help you build better apps faster. It's stable and ready for you to adopt in production.
Flutter's 2 and 2.2 releases are major milestones in the maturity and growth of Flutter with multi-platform development support for mobile, web, desktop, and embedded devices from a single code base.
Go 1.17 is now available, and it brings performance enhancements, improvements to modules, support for 64-bit architecture on Windows, and many other changes. Get started by reading the release post.
Starting in November 2021, Google Play users on phones will see ratings specific to their location and, in early 2022, users will see ratings specific to their device. To help you prepare for these changes, it’s now easier to evaluate your ratings and reviews in Play Console.
Learn about the latest and greatest in machine learning (ML) from Google! We cover what’s available to developers when it comes to creating, understanding, and deploying models for a variety of different applications. From Responsible AI to TensorFlow 2.5, mobile devices, microcontrollers, and beyond.
Announcing Google Identity Services, Google’s new suite of identity products that offers a safe and secure way for your users to authenticate onto your platform, while improving sign-in and sign-up rates.
If you self-identify as a Black+ developer in the US, you can now request free or discounted vouchers to take certification exams for Android, TensorFlow, and/or Cloud. This is your opportunity to show off your skills and increase your credibility.