Find out what Android 6.0 has to offer app developers like you. Learn about Marshmallow's new project templates in Android Studio, permissions frameworks, automatic backups for app data, and the many smaller features that are designed to make developers' lives easier.
- I'm David Gassner, and this Android 6.0 New Features for Developers. After configuring Android Studio for this course, I'll describe Android 6 Marshmallow's new permissions framework. I'll then show you how to authenticate device users with their preferred screen lock method, and I'll also describe how to directly control a device's fingerprint scanner. I'll show the latest techniques for backing up app data, including configuring your app for backup and testing backups from a physical device to Google's servers.
And I'll describe other new or improved features, including website associations and app links, handling voice interactions, and controlling data display in activity layouts with the new data binding framework. I hope this course helps you get started with Android 6.0's New Features for Developers.
In this short training course, David Gassner shows how to authenticate users using device credentials or the fingerprint scanner, configure apps for backup, test backups to Google servers, and use app links, website associations, and voice interactions. Plus, learn how to control data display in activity layouts with the new data-binding framework.