Beyond the Map, Rio de Janeiro – Ricardo’s Story

Beyond the Map, Rio de Janeiro – Ricardo’s Story


Google presents Beyond the Map. Step inside the unexpected world of Rio’s favelas in 360°. Visit g.co/beyondthemap

From a lucrative career creating explosive balloons for drug traffickers, to a much more serene existence in the sea, Ricardo’s life took an unexpected turn when he discovered the unifying power of the ocean.

Preserving digital art: How will it survive?

Preserving digital art: How will it survive?


Get the Google Arts & Culture App – Android: https://goo.gl/CCJ5xu – IOS: https://goo.gl/AvMS0r
Google Arts & Culture has partnered with Rhizome to help in the preservation of digital art.

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For millennia, people have created art—in media ranging from paint on cave walls to metal or stone sculpture to computer-generated images, sound and motion. In recent years, many have made an effort to digitize physical art in an effort to preserve it for future generations and make it accessible to a wider audience.

Contrary to common belief that “bits don’t die,” obsolescence is a real threat to digital art—and a major challenge as its use continues to increase.

I/O ’17 Guide – Design

I/O ’17 Guide – Design


Follow our I/O Guide, Timothy Jordan, touring the venue and getting the inside scoop on #io17.

In this segment, he explores the Design Sandbox, learning about Material Design, Google Design Sprints, and how Googlers do UX App Reviews.

Learn more:
— Dimensionssprint.withgoogle.com
— Design.google.com
— Material.io

All I/O Guide videos: https://g.co/io/guide
More information about the event: https://events.google.com/io/
Keynote and session recordings: https://g.co/io/videos
Event photos: https://g.co/io/photos
#io17

Subscribe to the Google Developers channel: http://goo.gl/mQyv5L

Searching for art just got better. Where will you start?

Searching for art just got better. Where will you start?


Visit your favourite museums in Street View and read more about the artworks around you via the latest Google Arts & Culture annotations in Google Maps.

Learn more on https://g.co/artsandculture and download the app Google Arts & Culture
Android: https://goo.gl/CCJ5xu
IOS: https://goo.gl/AvMS0r

Tweet us https://twitter.com/googlearts
Join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/googleartsculture
Join us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/googleartsculture

Meet Your Google Assistant: What’s That

Meet Your Google Assistant: What’s That


Meet your #GoogleAssistant. Your own personal, helpful Google right on your phone. Now available on Android 7.0 Nougat and Android 6.0 Marshmallow devices with Google Play Services.

Meet Your Google Assistant: Warriors Record

Meet Your Google Assistant: Warriors Record


Meet your #GoogleAssistant. Your own personal, helpful Google right on your phone. Now available on Android 7.0 Nougat and Android 6.0 Marshmallow devices with Google Play Services.

Generating slides from spreadsheet data (The G Suite Dev Show)

Generating slides from spreadsheet data (The G Suite Dev Show)


Spreadsheets are a great utility in the business world, a virtual swiss army knife for what they can do with data, turning it into information. While presentations aren’t able to manipulate data in the way a spreadsheet can, they do take information & make it more visually appealing & more easily understood by human beings. In this video, Google engineer Wesley Chun shows you how to import spreadsheet data into presentations by using both the Google Sheets and Slides APIs. With these APIs, you can develop powerful apps that can automate this process between both types of apps so users no longer have to do this by hand.

Links:
Google Sheets API codelab: http://g.co/codelabs/sheets
Explore in Docs, Sheets, and Slides release announcement (Sep 2016): http://goo.gl/GmDAPp
Google APIs Client Libraries: http://goo.gl/3vknAI
Google APIs Python client library: http://goo.gl/SJ3zGJ
Google Developers Console: http://console.developers.google.com
“Transferring data from a SQL database to a Sheet” DevByte video: http://goo.gl/N1RPwC
Deeper dive code review of script used in this DevByte: http://goo.gl/Fa34S3
Table operations in presentations: http://goo.gl/mD7oaN
Adding charts to presentations: http://goo.gl/9T3Dao
Overview of the Google Slides API: http://goo.gl/gIqivd
Common operations & API samples: http://goo.gl/JFGs3Z
Slides API reference documentation: http://goo.gl/8QXk7N
Slides API quickstarts in Python & other languages: http://goo.gl/hoRi0Q
Slides API developers launch announcement (Nov 2016): http://goo.gl/o6EFwk
Slides API launch announcement (Nov 2016): http://goo.gl/UA2pRJ
“Setting up new Google API projects” DevByte video: http://goo.gl/RbyTFD
“Common Python code walkthrough” DevByte video: http://goo.gl/KMfbeK

Watch more episodes of G Suite Dev Show: http://goo.gl/JpBQ40
Subscribe to the Google Developers YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/GoogleDevelopers

Meet Your Google Assistant: Cavs Tip-Off

Meet Your Google Assistant: Cavs Tip-Off


Meet your #GoogleAssistant. Your own personal, helpful Google right on your phone. Now available on Android 7.0 Nougat and Android 6.0 Marshmallow devices with Google Play Services.

Meet Your Google Assistant: Deer Crossing

Meet Your Google Assistant: Deer Crossing


Meet your #GoogleAssistant. Your own personal, helpful Google right on your phone. Now available on Android 7.0 Nougat and Android 6.0 Marshmallow devices with Google Play Services.

I/O ’17 Guide – Accessibility

I/O ’17 Guide – Accessibility


Follow our I/O Guide, Timothy Jordan, touring the venue and getting the inside scoop on #io17.

In this segment, he explores the Accessibility Sandbox, learning about Accessibility for Android, Chrome, Voice, and more.

Learn more: google.com/accessibility/for-developers.html
Download the Accessibility Scanner: g.co/io/accessibilityscanner

All I/O Guide videos: https://g.co/io/guide
More information about the event: https://events.google.com/io/
Keynote and session recordings: https://g.co/io/videos
Event photos: https://g.co/io/photos
#io17

Subscribe to the Google Developers channel: http://goo.gl/mQyv5L