Android 11 is here and available for developers as a beta preview. This release is small but important, focusing on stability, privacy, and security. Take a tour of the Android 11 features and changes that will affect all developers in this short course. Discover how to install the Developer Preview on a physical or virtual Google Pixel series device and start experimenting with the new enhancements. Instructor Jon-Luke West takes you through the notification bubbles, scoped storage, one-time permissions, reliable wireless debugging, and more, providing insights to help developers make the most of the latest Android improvements.
- [Jon-Luke] Android 11 is here and Google isn't holding back. There are tons of great new features, updates, and tweaks, and although many of these are under the hood and deal with things like privacy, permissions, and data storage, there is more than enough excitement for both developers and users alike. But how does that impact you and your apps? Hi, my name is Jon-Luke West. I've been working as a solutions innovator, helping companies enhance their solutions with mobile technology ever since Android KitKat made its debut back in 2013. In this course, I will be offering you a first look at the significant changes to Android 11 for developers, explaining how they will impact the user experience. I'll introduce you to some of the new features, such as notification bubbles, and show you many of the critical elements needed to get your apps ready for Android 11.