Google Cloud Messaging receive support for iOS




While I / O keynote, Google announced that its Cloud Messaging Platform also works with Apple’s iOS platform. There will also be a 1.3 version of Android Studio with support for C ++ and C, and the new Polymer must make web apps look like native apps.

Google Cloud Messaging according currently used by more than 600,000 Android apps, but with support for iOS the Internet company hopes that cross-platform developers to use the platform more quickly. Browser support was integrated earlier.

Also new in Cloud Messaging topics. In addition, developers can ask to end users in an app in which type of notification he is interested. The chance to be magnified users receive notifications only for relevant topics.

Google also announced Android Studio 1.3. This integrated development environment will support C and C ++ using Googles Native Development Kit, which was previously accessible in Eclipse. While most Android software is written in Java, C and C ++ can produce faster code.

During the I / O meeting also polymer officially announced. This library allows you to make Web applications more look at native apps. Thus, elements such as menus and toolbars available.

Developers can also soon get started with Cloud Test Lab. This cloud platform allows a developer to upload an Android app and testing it on more than twenty popular Android devices. The developer will receive error messages, crash reports and screenshots return. In the future, the service must be paid partially, but many details still gave Google.


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