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With Android Marshmallow Google introduced two new power-saving modes: Doze and App Standby. True to their intent, both provide longer battery life and better performance. Their effectiveness further improved in Android Nougat. However, these modes carry some limitations developers should be aware of. To further improve power-saving Android O will be even more restrictive and disable common implicit broadcasts. Many apps rely on implicit broadcasts so if you're using those, supporting older and newer devices at the same time is going to be more challenging.
In this talk Ralf will share with you why these new APIs are better. You will learn the given tools and dive into the new APIs. Finally, you will explore effective solutions to avoid duplicating code over and over again for different SDK versions.
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