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More so than many APIs in Android, the Notification system has undergone a fair bit of change in the past few years, accelerating in 2014 with the introduction of Android Wear and Android 5.0. In this hour-long webinar, we will explore some of these newer capabilities and how you can take advantage of them in your Android applications. In particular, we will explore what you need to consider with regards to your notifications for users of Android Wear and Android 5.0 devices, so that you do not annoy those users.

This is an online event, hosted using a Dozeo meeting space. It should work on any desktop browser with Adobe Flash 11.5 support. Notably, this means that Linux users will likely need Google Chrome (not Chromium) to get the Flash support. You can check your system compatibility to confirm that your browser should work. Audio for the presentation will also be online, so speakers or headphones are strongly encouraged. Groups wishing to attend are welcome to do so -- the tickets are per-connection to the meeting space, not per-person.

Subscribers to the CommonsWare Warescription have access to a discount code for this event -- if you are a subscriber, visit your Warescription page for details. However, discount codes are only available for the first 8 attendees per time slot.

Registrants will be emailed instructions, including a link for the Dozeo meeting space, ~24 hours before the webinar.

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CommonsWare publishes The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development, the world's oldest, largest, and most frequently updated book on Android application development. Mark Murphy, the author of the book, has also contributed over 15,000 answers on StackOverflow and other developer support venues. Mr. Murphy delivers on-site training, plus many conference presentations annually, including every AnDevCon, the 2010-2014 droidcon UK conferences, the 2014 droidcon NYC conference, the 2013 and 2014 Samsung Developers Conferences, and the 2014 WIPJam at Mobile World Congress.

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