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You don't need Google Glass for this course. You can build and publish Google Glass apps without Google Glass. For testing you can use Google Glass Emulator
The Glass Development Kit (GDK) is an add-on to the Android SDK that lets you build Glassware that runs directly on Glass.
When developing Glassware, the best practice is to develop with the Glass Development Kit. This allows you to access low-level hardware features and create robust experiences in a familiar Android environment.
The Glass Development Kit (GDK) is an add-on to the Android SDK that lets you build Glassware that runs directly on Glass. Use the GDK to take advantage of the following features:
Google designed the Glass platform to make the existing Android SDK just work on Glass. This lets you code in a familiar environment, but for a uniquely novel device.
This RESTful API lets you build Glassware by letting you use the language of your choice and providing web-based APIs. You may want to use the Mirror API if you need:
Mirror API Glassware can invoke GDK Glassware through a menu item. You can use this hybrid model to leverage existing web properties that can launch fuller experiences that run directly on Glass.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
What is Google Glass?Preview
Features of Google GlassPreview
Google Glass Inner Look
Types of Glass Development
|Section 2: Mirror API|
Libraries of Mirror API
Styling Timeline Cards
|Section 3: Mirror API Web Service|
Registering a Web Service
Installing the Mirror API Sample
Brief Look at Sample Code
OAuth 2 Overview
OAuth 2 Implementation Overview
Inserting Item to Timeline
|Section 4: Google Development Kit|
Installing Essential Tools
Google Glass Emulator
Running Glass App on Emulator
|Section 5: Working with Glass Inputs and Outputs|
Intro to Glass Input and Output
Working with Gestures
Turn by Turn Navigation
|Section 6: Live Card Programming|
Intro to Live Card
Importing a Sample Project
Drawing User Interface
Google Glass Hardware
|Section 7: Exercise Files|
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