Due to new rules in place related to offline events, this was the first year that a Google I/O event was held online. Despite this, the company also appreciates the opportunity to gather like-minded people from around the world to present them with new products and Google services updates.
In the third session, Chris Arriola, Developer Relations Engineer for the Google Maps Platform, talked about “Using the Google Maps Platform with Idiomatic Kotlin” and shared how Android Kotlin developers can use the open source Kotlin extension libraries for maps and places to use Google Maps.
The second feature, Travel with Next Generation Maps, provides a 3D map experience that completely redefines cartography.
Google Maps Platform dome in Google I/O Adventure
The Google team especially appreciates the ability to connect with developers around the world, so another highlight of Google I/O 2021 is Google I/O Adventure, where users from all over the world can participate in an interactive event.
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