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Google I/O is a wrap. The conference celebrated product and platform innovations at Google. As part of the Google Developer Expert ..read more
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This blog will explain how to use Google Cloud’s Speech API to convert an audio recording of someone speaking to text in Android. We’ll ..read more
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Kotlin Extension functions allow you to add behaviour (think methods/functions) to any other type on the platform or in your codebase. The ..read more
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The protobuf library has a construct called ByteString. This is a immutable sequence of bytes, usually used to serialise a file or other ..read more
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When creating IoT systems, you’ll often want to use devices that run off another voltage of power supply than the normal 3.3v or 5v that ..read more
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This blog post is going to show you how you can use the UART protocol to output from your AndroidThings application. We will attach a ZX ..read more
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This post is going to explain how to use the ADS1015 Analog to Digital converter with Android Things. The board can convert analog sensor ..read more
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This blog post will explain how you can use the SPI protocol to shine an LED rainbow from your AndroidThings application. We’ll discuss ..read more
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This post will explain how you can use the I2C protocol to output from your AndroidThings application. We’ll discuss the Raspberry Pi ..read more
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This post will explain how to use the I2C protocol to get input into your Android Things application. We’ll discuss the Raspberry Pi ..read more

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