Google Android Developer Summit, Chrome Developer Summit, and Firebase Summit
Google’s biggest developer conference this year is Google I/O, where a large number of new services and upgrades to existing services were introduced. However, according to Google’s volume, it can’t announce all the projects at the I/O conference, so Google plans to come back with three developer summits: Android Developer Summit, Chrome Developer Summit, and Firebase Summit.
In a blog post, Google confirmed that the Android Developer Summit will be held on October 27, 2021, and will last for two days. The event will kick off at 10 a.m. on the 27th with the Android Show, a technical keynote that summarizes the latest news from Android developers. The keynote will be followed by more than 30 sessions discussing a range of topics. Since the event will be online, Google will answer questions posted online with the AskAndroid tag. The theme of this year’s event is “Great Apps Across Devices,” and Google has revealed new development tools, APIs, and technologies to help developers create better apps across devices.
The Chrome Developer Summit will take place on November 3. At this event, Google will present the latest tools and updates for Chrome. The keynote event and live Q&A (AMA) are online. The Google Firebase Summit is scheduled for November 10, and Firebase is Google’s cloud-based suite of application tools.