David Loffer

David Loffer

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Stadia Keynote

Hear the latest and greatest from one of Stadia’s business development leads. You’ll learn about new offerings for all Stadia partners and how the Stadia team is working to make it easier to bring games to the platform while delivering new ways to maximize the return on launching Stadia titles.

Resources:
Apply to become a Stadia partner → https://goo.gle/stadiaapply

Speaker: Careen Yapp

Watch more:
Next level platforms → https://goo.gle/gamedevsummit_platforms
Google Developers at Google for Games Developer Summit → https://goo.gle/gamedevsummit_googledevs
All Google for Games Developer Summit Sessions → https://goo.gle/gamedevsummit_allsessions

Subscribe to Google Developers → https://goo.gle/developers

#GoogleforGames #Stadia

product: Stadia - General; event: Google for Games 2021; fullname: Careen Yapp; re_ty: Premiere;

#game-development #developer

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Stadia Keynote
Seamus  Quitzon

Seamus Quitzon

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Google's new messaging app Stadia

Over the years, Google has become disreputable for making and “killing” messaging apps, as well as golf putting messages into apps where it may or may not be helpful, like YouTube. Now, Google is making ready to launch messaging into one more app, Stadia.

Right now, there are only 2 ways in which to speak to your friends while playing Google Stadia — through a game’s inherent voice chat or through Stadia’s own cross-game party voice system. If you would like to simply send a friend a fast message, perhaps to see what time they want to play, you would like to be ready to reach them through another app.

Simple messaging has been a core part of a gaming platform for well over a decade currently. On many counts, it’s shocking that Stadia doesn’t have messaging, between its utility to gamers and Google’s zeal for making messaging apps. It appears this may currently be poised to change.

Stadia version 2.16 has arrived in the Play Store this week, and as per 9to5Google’s APK Insight team dug to see what Google has planned next for their streaming service. Among alternative details, like more Android TV prep and also the ability to share your captures, we discovered various references within the app’s code to messages and chat.

In the teardown, we found a big variety of the latest references to the flexibility to “chat,” have “conversations,” and send “direct messages,” all of that is being developed behind an internal flag. All of this powerfully points to Stadia gaining a full in-app messaging experience.

  • enableTextChatFlag
  • createChatMessage
  • Message History panel title
  • Text chat
  • batchGetChatMessages
  • ChatMessages
  • ConversationViewModel
  • DirectChatMessageList
  • DirectMessageLastReadTimestamps
  • ChatMessagesModel

We also found a replacement privacy setting — added in a previous version, but not created offered yet — that pretty explicitly calls out the flexibility for people to send you “chat messages.”

  • A privacy setting defining who can message you.
  • Send you to chat messages

While the idea of “another Google messaging app” is enough to create some people groan, Stadia is honestly a prime candidate for messaging, to stay gamers connected while not relying only on voice chat.

Considering several, if not most Stadia players have already got the app installed on their phone, it would build a great deal of sense for Stadia’s messaging capabilities to launch there. That said, things still seem to be in an early stage, and therefore we don’t expect Stadia’s chat capabilities to launch any time soon.

#technology #best messaging app #chat app #developer news #electronic communication app #google stadia games list #latest tech stories #stadia meaning #stadia reddit

Sid  Strosin

Sid Strosin

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Google Stadia vai ajudar os Jogos no Linux??

Google Stadia vai ajudar os Jogos no Linux??
No vídeo de hoje, vou dar a minha opinião de como o Google Stadia pode ajudar os devs a trazerem os seus games para o Linux Desktop.

#stadia #ajudar #os #jogos #google #linux

Keynote - Developing on Windows (and Linux) (and Remotely) in 2020

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#windows #linux #remotely #keynote

David Loffer

David Loffer

1626186600

Stadia Keynote

Hear the latest and greatest from one of Stadia’s business development leads. You’ll learn about new offerings for all Stadia partners and how the Stadia team is working to make it easier to bring games to the platform while delivering new ways to maximize the return on launching Stadia titles.

Resources:
Apply to become a Stadia partner → https://goo.gle/stadiaapply

Speaker: Careen Yapp

Watch more:
Next level platforms → https://goo.gle/gamedevsummit_platforms
Google Developers at Google for Games Developer Summit → https://goo.gle/gamedevsummit_googledevs
All Google for Games Developer Summit Sessions → https://goo.gle/gamedevsummit_allsessions

Subscribe to Google Developers → https://goo.gle/developers

#GoogleforGames #Stadia

product: Stadia - General; event: Google for Games 2021; fullname: Careen Yapp; re_ty: Premiere;

#game-development #developer

Hollie  Ratke

Hollie Ratke

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How to get Stadia running on iOS

Everyone is pretty frustrated that Apple doesn’t allow services like Stadia on the Appstore. It’s a nice service that should be allowed to run everywhere.

Luckily I have found a workaround to get Stadia running on your iOS device. Today I will explain how it works and provide you guys with a sample project that you can tinker with.

It’s also possible to create a custom controller overlay so you can play on the device without a controller.

Note: this source is not pretty. It serves as a proof of concept for others to build upon.

#apple #swift #ios #gaming #google-stadia