Learn how App Indexing works in less than 2 minutes!

Firebase App Indexing is a way to help re-engage your users through integration with Google Search. You have content in your app that they search for every day — so why have them only discover web sites through search, when they can discover and launch your app too? In this 2 minute video I outline

My Keynote at Google For Mobile Korea

In July 2016, I was fortunate enough to spend some time in Seoul, South Korea at the Google For Mobile event at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza, a terrific facility that I’d recommend for any event! I gave a few talks, including the Firebase Keynote, a talk on App Indexing and another on how the developer

Free Firebase Dev Summit: November 7 in Berlin

Along with the rest of the Firebase team from Google, I’ll be at the Firebase Dev Summit on November 7 in Berlin. It’s free to developers, and it’s a great opportunity to meet and greet with all of us — including learning about what’s been happening with Firebase since we first unveiled it last May

Firebase Notifications for iOS with Swift in 4 minutes

Here’s my latest Firecast — where I introduce how easy it is to create an App on iOS (using Swift) that takes advantage of Firebase Notifications. If you aren’t familiar with Firebase Notifications, they’re a great way of helping you re-engage with your users through notifications that can re-launch your app. You don’t need a

Building Scalable Apps for Boy Bands! #OneDirection

772,000 Viewers. 10.7 Million playbacks. 483 years of watch time. 15 million social mentions, 30,000 news articles, 800,000 G+ Followers. An app with 630,000 unique users in 10 hours, and peaking at 9,000 queries per second. That’s what happens when you work with boy bands… You’re probably familiar with the boy band One Direction (screams),

Check out the Progressive Web App Roadshow

Progressive Web Apps are experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of apps. They load quickly, even on flaky networks, can re-engage with users by sending web push notifications, have an icon on the home screen and load as top-level, full screen experiences. In this series of events, we’ll explain the