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Apple announced a number of hardware udates and debuted some new products, but following the keynote the focus switched to a number of new technology kits and improvements for developers. These are some of our top developer picks from WWDC 2017.
Google I/O 2017 has come and gone, giving us time to digest the keynote and technical sessions. The keynote announced a key strategic shift for Google, new improvements to existing products and even a surprise announcement!
Google I/O started off on Wednesday with some exciting new products for consumers and plenty of improvements for developers, including an unexpected surprise.
Android Things lets you build Android apps that run on devices like a Raspberry Pi using all of the great tools already available and familiar to Android developers.
Swift is missing features to automate away boilerplate code, but a new project called Sourcey creates a handy Swift code generation tool. Here’s how it works.