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Only two days ago, we released ObjectBox beta publicly. We are excited about the reactions from the developer community and want to share our experience (and first slides!) with you.
Android Things™ was revealed by Google on December 13, 2016. Formerly know as Brillo, which was announced during Google IO 2015, Android Things now is available as a developer preview. The Android Things SDK documentation basically says that developers can use almost the full Android stack for mobile. On top of that there is the “Things Support Library” offering APIs to interact with peripherals and “user drivers”. Both expose a Java API, so “user drivers” are not that close to the metal as the name might suggest.