A new open source content library from Google
Posted by Sebastian Trzcinski-Clément, Program Manager, Developer Relations
Developers around the world are constantly creating open source tools and tutorials but have a hard time getting them discovered. The content published often spanned many different sites – from GitHub to Medium. Therefore we decided to create a space where we can highlight the best projects related to Google technologies in one place – introducing the Developer Library.
The platform showcases blog posts and open source tools with easy-to-use navigation. Content is categorized by product areas; Machine Learning, Flutter, Firebase, Angular, Cloud, Android, with more to come.
What makes the Developer Library unique is that each piece featured on the site is reviewed, in detail, by a team of Google experts for accuracy and relevancy, so you know when you view the content on the site it has the stamp of approval from Google.
To demonstrate the breadth of content on the site here are some examples of published content pieces and video interviews with the developers who authored these posts:
- A blood cell detection code sample using TensorFlow’s Object Detection API and interview with author Sayak Paul
- Blog posts in Spanish on how to use Angular and interview with author Vanessa Aristizabal
- Coding tips on how to make efficient API calls in Flutter using a test-driven approach and interview with author Waleed Arshad
There are two ways you can help us grow the Developer Library.
Firstly, If you have great content that you would like to see published on the Developer Library, please submit it for review here.
We can’t wait to see what you build together!