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If you want to learn more about Google's Top Contributor Program watch the Gmail and Chrome Community Managers talk about it in a session where also two of our Top Contributors talked about their experience in the program. Don't miss it! If you are interested in joining, simply fill the interest form here: goo.gl/MUqLCZ or contact us at email@example.com
In this day and age, all sites should be using HTTPS to protect their users’ privacy and security. Fortunately, Chrome is here to help you deploy HTTPS correctly. In this session we’ll cover new developer tools that will help you roll out HTTPS without a hiccup. Emily is a software engineer on the Google Chrome security team, where she focuses on efforts to make TLS/SSL more usable and secure. Previously, she was a core developer at Meteor Development Group, where she worked on web framework security and internal infrastructure, and a graduate student researching client-side cryptography in web browsers. Emily has a master's degree from MIT and a bachelor's degree from Stanford, both in computer science. Watch more talks from Chrome Dev Summit 2015: https://goo.gl/e4c7vD Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at: https://goo.gl/OUF4e2
This is a 360 VIDEO! Make sure to watch in the highest resolution possible. Watch on a smart phone, a VR headset, or Google Chrome web browser with headphones, in the dark, for the full experience :) Watch the behind the scenes right below: https://youtu.be/gcSLFD5YqK4 This video was filmed with the Freedom 360 rig, using 6 GoPro 4's filming all at once. Those shots were than stitched together. I'll be releasing a blog on it all in the next few days explaining the whole process. The amazing costume from the video (Bonnie) was made by the amazing cosplay costume maker Cassini Closet! Super thanks to her and her amazing work! You can find her on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/cassini.closet Filmed at the Provo Beach in Provo. This place is amazing! Check them out down below! http://provobeach.com Check Provo Beach out social media: Instagram: @provobeach Facebook: facebook.com/provobeach Twitter: @provobeach Super thanks to the Dyches Fam for being the main actor in our video! Subscribe to their rad family vlogging channel now! :) https://www.youtube.com/user/joshdychesdynasty We also just launched our brand new Teamsupertramp gear! Check it! https://www.vooray.com/collections/team-supertramp-gear Film by Devin Graham Producer by Seth Jones Edited by Brandon Hoffmann Sound design was created by the amazing Brendo Bytheway! He's also an amazing musician. Check out his music below: Music by Bytheway-May. Grab the song here: iTunes: http://apple.co/1yXhO3i Amazon: http://amzn.to/1DHMzVK Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1dmtmU9 Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/1GpO3YX Samuel Bilodeau was a huge help with this video, here's his awesome tech channel below: https://www.youtube.com/user/TechLaboratories Make sure to follow me on instagram, facebook, twitter, and vine, it's the cool thing to do these days :) It's also where I let people know how to be involved in my videos. https://www.facebook.com/devinsupertramp http://twitter.com/devinsupertramp http://www.instagram.com/devinsupertramp For business inquiries ONLY, contact me here: firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the big disruptors to business over the last 5 years has been the decentralisation of the office. This basically means that instead of the business employees being contained in a typical office space, you have employees working remotely, from home and even overseas. This has been aided by advancements in technologies like video conferencing, online chat and online presence (presence being the ability to see if someone is available or not). Google has been a major contributor in this space with their solution, with Google Hangouts gaining increasing popularity over the last few years. SUBSCRIBE AT http://c2solutions.com.au/subscribe Google Hangouts is very easy to use and can be accessed by pretty much any user. As a business tool, it makes it very easy to stay in touch with team members remotely using video conferencing or chat. There is also a Google Hangouts for Outlook extension so even Microsoft Office users can initiate hangouts. You get Google Hangouts free as part of your Gmail account and it is also included as part of your Google Apps for Work subscription. The administrators of Google Apps for Work can additionally control whether: users have access to Google Voice or Google Chat (both parts of Google Hangouts) whether Chat history is turned on, and if users in the enterprise can initiate video or phone calls with people outside the enterprise. Setting up Google Hangouts The setup is incredibly simple and doesn’t require any traditional install on your PC/MAC. Instead it works straight within your Chrome browser. Google Hangouts can be accessed from the normal Google navigation buttons (9 dots) at the top right. For best use, you should also install the Chrome App for Google Hangouts which can be found in the Chrome extensions store. Changing this Hangouts app to Transparent UI mode allows it to always stay present on top of your work with a small floating icon. It is the way we prefer to use it! See the video for how to install and enable the Google Hangouts Chrome App and enable this transparent mode (at 2m 00s mark). Features of Google Hangouts for Video Conferencing Straight off the bat is the ability for any chat conversations to be searchable within your Gmail history. Very handy if you need to find a previous conversation and aren’t sure if it occurred in email or Google Hangouts. A simple search in Gmail yields results for both. A Google Hangout is made automatically for you when you make a Google Calendar meeting invite, or you can just just create a hangouts on the fly for a single staff member or an entire team. During calls you can do screen sharing very simply, which is great for doing demonstrations, team presentations, training or helping someone solve a problem. This ability is incredibly powerful for enabling efficient work to occur. You can also share documents directly from your Google Drive or PC to the audience. Besides video conferencing you can also make voice (phone) calls. Although be sure to check your country to see if Google Voice is available there. While Google voice phone calls are not available yet in Australia you can still use it to make calls but pay in $US to get access to cheap overseas rates. Full Google voice capability allows you to also setup a phone number for you business. One of the wonderful, but not so obvious, abilities of Google Hangouts is being able to switch seamlessly from PC to Phone (and back) and keep the video conference going. We demonstrate this in the video (see 5m 00s). There is also a great mobile app you can get on both your Android or iPhone. This ensures everything you are getting on your PC/MAC is also coming through to your phone giving you ultimate flexibility. This is one aspect of Google Hangouts that we love, its agnostic to the type of device you have. Meaning, whether your team has PC’s or Mac’s, iPhone or Androids doesn’t matter, everyone can video conference all the same. Go and Try Google Hangouts If you have a Google account, go and try Google Hangouts and initiate a few team meetings and see how you go. You’ll start to the love this great tool very quickly, and then you can start to decentralise your office and scale it in new ways. Break outside your typical business boundaries and give it a go, and be sure to contact C2 Solutions if you want to chat more about scaling and growing your business.
Google Chrome OS is an open source operating system for people who spend most of their time on the web built around the core tenets of speed, simplicity and security. This is a demo video to give you a feel for the Google Chrome OS user experience.
Chris Wilson and Francois Beaufort on What's next for the web? This talk focuses on the leading edge of web APIs - covering little-known, high-impact features we've recently shipped like Fetch and Web MIDI enabling new markets to use the web, and features that are being experimented with now, like Streams, foreign fetch, IntersectionObserver, Web Bluetooth controlling robots, lightbulbs and Physical Web beacons, and WebUSB for Arduino devices and more. We will also spend some time describing the experimental framework that enables us to try out new features with broad markets while ensuring we don't burn in proprietary APIs. Watch more Chrome talks at I/O 2016 here: https://goo.gl/JoMLpB See all the talks from Google I/O 2016 here: https://goo.gl/olw6kV Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at http://goo.gl/LLLNvf #io16 #GoogleIO #GoogleIO2016
One of the advantages of using Google Apps is that our files are stored in the Cloud, so we can access them from any computer, at any time. But to get access to them, we normally need internet connection… so what to do when the internet connection is unreliable or not available at all? Jenny and Drea show us in this episode that Google Apps is now compatible with offline mode and give us tips on how they work and collaborate offline. First off, you need to get prepared for working offline when you are online! Google has created apps compatible with offline mode, that you can download in your Chrome, Play or App store. This is the case of Gmail for instance, that allows Chrome desktop users to check and write emails via the “Gmail Offline” app. Check out this link to download this app in the Chrome Web Store : goo.gl/89Wm0X. If inspiration strikes when you’re on the road, you just need to go to your Gmail Offline App installed in your Chrome desktop browser, and use your Gmail as you were online (eg: writing, labeling emails). Your emails will be always synced when you are connected again. Google Drive is also also equipped with offline capabilities on desktop and on mobile. You just need to make sure you enable them when you’re online. If you are using a desktop, Drive files are available offline from any Chrome browser. To enable offline mode, go to drive.google.com/drive/settings and Check the box next to “Sync Google Docs, Sheets, Slides & Drawings files to this computer so that you can edit offline. If you'd prefer to access Drive files from your computer, instead of a Chrome browser, it is also possible : you will need to install Google Drive on your desktop. Once you have installed this app, any changes you make locally in your Google Drive folder will sync to your "My Drive" on the web. Find the instructions on how to install this app in this article: goo.gl/8xFvgb Finally we may be on the go and without internet connection when we most urgently need to get access to a Drive folder. Jenny shows us how she worked and collaborated offline from her mobile during a recent international trip. To make that possible, she enabled offline access on her phone by downloading the Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, or Slides apps. Then, she went to her Google Drive app and selected the “available offline” option for the file she wanted to work offline. For the specific itinerary doc she used while offline, she could make edits but also collaborate with Drea. While Jenny made edits offline, Drea added suggestions when she was connected to the wi-fi. The doc was synced again when Jenny was back online - and at that moment she was able see Drea’s notes appear. We can find many other great examples of working and cooperating offline. Feel free to share yours in the comment section below! Finally, don’t forget that you can catch up with the previous Apps Show episodes browsing this website: goo.gl/SK6ENo And if you are a trainer and want to take advantage of the existing Apps Show scripts and Drive videos to train your company users, you can get access to our Drive by filling out this form: goo.gl/MGJ2Dv
Web Bluetooth opens up low level communication with an expanding ecosystem of BLE devices such as toys, vending machines, museum exhibits, kiosks and more. The Physical Web makes discovering and connecting to these objects trivial for users. Together they expand the reach of the web to even more devices around users. Scott Jenson has been doing user interface design and strategic planning for over 25 years. He worked at Apple on System 7, Newton, and the Apple Human Interface guidelines. He was the director of Symbian’s DesignLab, VP of product design for Cognima, a manager of mobile UX for Google for 5 years, and a creative director at frog design in San Francisco. Scott returned to Google working on the Chrome team in November 2013 to work on the Physical Web. Vince codes Web Platform features in Chrome that unlock new types of applications. His early work on GPU acceleration, WebGL, Pointer Lock, Fullscreen, and Chrome Apps are telling of his background in game-dev and joy in making the web more fun! Watch more talks from Chrome Dev Summit 2015: https://goo.gl/e4c7vD Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at: https://goo.gl/OUF4e2