The world’s largest social network, which has millions of users worldwide, is giving its developers a glimpse into the world of software development.
In an interview with Recode, Google+ VP of Engineering Adam Gollop said the company is adding new tutorials to its Google+ tutorials that will provide developers with new tools.
“We have some new features coming in for developers that they’re going to be able to use that are a bit more advanced than what they’re used to with a tutorial.
There are new tools that we’re adding to the tutorials for people to learn and to get help with,” Gollot said.
The company has added tutorials for developers to help them get started with the technology.
For example, developers can now see a video that teaches them to create a simple photo caption with just a few lines of code, or they can learn how to use Google Earth to draw images using a simple canvas tool.
Gollop says the company has seen a huge amount of interest in the technology from developers and startups alike.
“It’s been really fun, really exciting to see all of these companies get involved,” he said.
“People are getting really excited about it, and I think they’re looking for a quick and easy way to get started.”
Google+ has been the site of several controversies over the years, including a patent suit that has dragged on for years and a lawsuit from the FTC, which filed a lawsuit against the company in the summer of 2016.
Google+ and the FTC settled the lawsuit last year.