Victoria is an Android Engineer at Buffer and technical author at RayWenderlich.com. The conferences she has spoken at have been an enjoyable way to connect with the technical community and exchange information with others. She was drawn to programming because of its potential to help people in a meaningful way. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys board games and curling up with a good book.
unfold_lessunfold_more Getting Started with AndroidX Test
- You will learn how to get started with the new AndroidX Test
- You will learn what pain points AndroidX solves
- You will learn how you can run your tests with both a device or Robolectric.
Testing on Android is slowly becoming more approachable. With AndroidX Test, you can use a single test API to run your instrumentation tests either on your mobile device, or on your computer using Robolectric. This is great, so how do you start? In this talk you’ll learn how to use AndroidX Test and Espresso to get started writing Integration tests for your app.
unfold_lessunfold_more Customize Your App with MLKit
- You can customize your app with Machine Learning
- Google's MLKit allows you to add machine learning to your app easily
- You will have the knowledge you need to start using MLKit
- You will also have the tools to easily create your own models
The best app is one that's customized for your user, and machine learning is one of the best ways to accomplish this. Machine learning can seem like a daunting topic, but Google's MLKit makes it easy. In this talk, we'll go over how you can make use of this tool in your own mobile applications, with special attention to the new Smart Reply and Language Detection. We'll also cover how you can easily create your very own custom models with Auto ML Vision Edge. You'll leave with an understanding of the tools needed to use machine learning in your apps.