Constructing CSS Quantity Queries On The Fly

Constructing CSS Quantity Queries On The Fly By Drew Minns July 29th, 2015 CSSTechniquesTools 8 Comments Often within a project, the presentation of our content changes based on certain needs. We see this when we use media queries to change our styles based on the user device. CSS quantity queries1 follow the same concept of […]

The 12-Step Program To Personal Productivity

The phrase “12-step-program” carries the connotation of addiction and it was purposely used in the title of this post. You see, in order to be consistently productive you must, in effect, become addicted to being productive. Believe it or not, developing an addiction (habit) can be more difficult to accomplish than overcoming one. Before you […]

Iterate faster on Google Play with improved beta testing

Posted by Ellie Powers, Product Manager, Google Play Today, Google Play is making it easier for you to manage beta tests and get your users to join them. Since we launched beta testing two years ago, developers have told us that it’s become a critical part of their workflow in testing ideas, gathering rapid feedback, […]

Get your hands on Android Studio 1.3

Posted by Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Previewed earlier this summer at Google I/O, Android Studio 1.3 is now available on the stable release channel. We appreciated the early feedback from those developers on our canary and beta channels to help ship a great product. Android Studio 1.3 is our biggest feature release for the […]