JEFFREY POSNICK: Hey everybody, this is Jeff Posnick from the YouTube Developer Relations Team. We’re continuing a series of videos talking about migration that developers might have going from Version 2 of the YouTube Data API, to Version 3. We strongly encourage all developers to start that migration if they… Continue Reading YouTube Developers Live: Subscribing to a Channel in v3

[MUSIC PLAYING] Hello, my name is Fred Chung, developer advocate at Google. This is the first of a two-part DevByte series covering the Android media router framework in the support library. It has become increasingly common for users to stream movies or play music from their tablets or smart phones.… Continue Reading DevBytes: Media Router Framework – Part 1 – Media Router API

Hey everybody. This is Jeff Posnick from the YouTube Developer Relations team. And we’re continuing a series of videos about the migration between the older legacy version of the YouTube data API v2 onto the newer version of the data API v3. We strongly encourage folks to begin that migration… Continue Reading YouTube Developers Live: Getting a Channel’s Uploads in v3

LISA WRAY: Hi, my name is Lisa Wray and I’m a Developer Advocate at Google. Today I’m going to talk about MediaRouteProvider. In the last episode, we talked about the Android Support Library MediaRouter. That was the first part of our series on the Media Router Framework, the API for… Continue Reading Media Router Framework – Part 2 – MediaRouteProvider

[MUSIC PLAYING] IAN LAKE: Oh. Actions like pausing your music should never be too far away, just in case. Android has offered a lot of ways to do that– lock screen controls, media controls for notifications, Android Wear, and even Android Auto, to name a few. How does your audio… Continue Reading Media Playback with MediaSessionCompat (Android Development Patterns Ep 4)