Google tests offline developer kit delivered on DVD for bandwidth challenged users

Google

Today, Google has announced an ‘offline developer kit’ that crams a number of tools, SDKs and videos onto DVD’s for bandwidth challenged countries.

The kit is intended as a pilot test and includes a number of tools for developers, such as:

Another conference. “Great.”

This one’s different, trust us. Our new event for New York is focused on quality, not quantity.

Google says 2,000 of the kits have already been distributed in Sub-Saharan Africa, India and Bangladesh, but those interested can find more information on joining the pilot here.

ILJBTVtzbbrjOcxNPy_FZeY21MbHNwdh0wDEAIT4qJUDFm9fK8MCrT02rttfL8A82A4VyQ=s2048

The move reminds me of Microsoft’s old MSDN DVD kits that it sent out regularly to customers with developer tools onboard.

➀ Bandwidth challenged? Amazing Google Developer content is now available offline [Google Developers] via Venturebeat

Image credit: Shutterstock

Read next: Twitter adds new photo filters to mobile apps

Shh. Here's some distraction

Comments