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Developers Updates:

Last week we announced the new .dev top-level domain (TLD) was open for Early Access registrations. As of today, .dev is available to anyone through your registrar of choice (typically $12-$15 for standard priced domains, varies by registrar).

We envision .dev as a home for developers. From tools to programming languages to blogs, .dev is the best place for all the amazing things that you build. Over the past few months, we've launched, or re-launched, many of our own developer sites on the new domain. Here are some of our favorites:

Learn how to build a better web at web.dev.

Start your open source journey with the right license. Did you know that without the right license, software isn't really open source? Opensource.dev explains why.

Learn how to build beautiful native apps on iOS and Android from a single codebase. Visit flutter.dev to learn more.

Join the TensorFlow community at tfhub.dev.

Analyze and tune your software with performance tracing for Android, Linux, and Chrome. Check out perfetto.dev.

Explore Google's open source JavaScript and WebAssembly engine at v8.dev

Get your hands on Puppeteer, a Node library that provides a high-level API to control Chrome or Chromium over the DevTools Protocol. Get it at pptr.dev.

But we're not done yet! We've got big plans for .dev, and we'd like to invite you to join us. To start, everyone who applied for a ticket to Google I/O 2019 will get a .dev domain at no cost for one year. If you entered the drawing, check your inbox for your redemption code. We'll be moving more of our existing projects and launching some exciting things on .dev in the months to come. We can't wait to see what you build on .dev -- share what you create with #hellodotdev.

The Google Play Team

Unreal Engine 4.22 will be releasing soon with a number of fixes and updates. In the meantime, the first Preview is now available for download from the Epic Games launcher.

Preview 1 includes support for real-time ray tracing, Editor Utility Widgets, Movable Spotlight support on mobile, virtual production updates, and Blueprint indexing optimizations.

A full list of the upcoming changes to this build are available on the Unreal Engine forums. We invite you to provide feedback on Preview 1, and all subsequent releases. Please keep in mind that Preview releases are intended only to provide a sample of what is going to be released in the update and are not production-ready.

To get started with Unreal Engine 4.22 Preview 1, head to the Unreal Engine section on the launcher, select Library at the top, then click the plus icon next to Engine Versions and choose 4.22 Preview 1.

Unreal Engine Team

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On Jan. 9, 2019, Google's new policy about certain SMS-related permissions will come into effect. The new restrictions will apply to the use of the RECEIVE_SMS permission that Facebook's Account Kit for Android uses in some cases.

If your app uses this optional permission, you can remove the RECEIVE_SMS permission from your app's manifest to comply with the new policy and ensure that Account Kit keeps functioning as expected. However, the verification code received via SMS will stop being populated automatically.

Developers can also file a permissions declaration form to avoid being removed from Google Play. Based on the Google informational page, developers need to submit the form by Jan. 9 and will have until March 9, 2019 to bring apps into compliance. Check out the Google website for more information about this change and ways to file for an extension.

Facebook is dedicated to serving its developer community, and given this new policy, the next version of the Account Kit SDK will no longer use the RECEIVE_SMS permission.

Calvin Mak

On Jan. 9, 2019, Google's new policy about certain SMS-related permissions will come into effect. The new restrictions will apply to the use of the RECEIVE_SMS permission that Facebook's Account Kit for Android uses in some cases.

If your app uses this optional permission, you can remove the RECEIVE_SMS permission from your app's manifest to comply with the new policy and ensure that Account Kit keeps functioning as expected. However, the verification code received via SMS will stop being populated automatically.

Developers can also file a permissions declaration form to avoid being removed from Google Play. Based on the Google informational page, developers need to submit the form by Jan. 9 and will have until March 9, 2019 to bring apps into compliance. Check out the Google website for more information about this change and ways to file for an extension.

Facebook is dedicated to serving its developer community, and given this new policy, the next version of the Account Kit SDK will no longer use the RECEIVE_SMS permission.

Calvin Mak

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