Exploring Firebase MLKit on Android: Landmark Detection (Part Four)

At Google I/O this year we saw the introduction of Firebase MLKit, a part of the Firebase suite that intends to give our apps the ability to support intelligent features with more ease. With this comes the landmark recognition feature, giving us the ability to detect known landmarks within an input feed so that we … Continue reading Exploring Firebase MLKit on Android: Landmark Detection (Part Four)

Exploring Firebase MLKit on Android: Barcode Scanning (Part Three)

At Google I/O this year we saw the introduction of Firebase MLKit, a part of the Firebase suite that intends to give our apps the ability to support intelligent features with more ease. With this comes the barcode scanning feature, giving us the ability to scan barcodes and QR codes to retrieve data from the … Continue reading Exploring Firebase MLKit on Android: Barcode Scanning (Part Three)

Exploring Firebase MLKit on Android: Face Detection (Part Two)

At Google I/O this year we saw the introduction of Firebase MLKit, a part of the Firebase suite that intends to give our apps the ability to support intelligent features with more ease. With this comes the face recognition feature, giving us the ability to recognise faces along with the ‘landmarks’ (nose, eyes etc) and … Continue reading Exploring Firebase MLKit on Android: Face Detection (Part Two)

Exploring Firebase MLKit on Android: Introducing MLKit (Part one)

At Google I/O this year we saw the introduction of Firebase MLKit, a part of the Firebase suite that intends to give our apps the ability to support intelligent features with more ease. The SDK currently comes with a collection of pre-defined capabilities that are commonly required in applications — you’ll be able to implement these in … Continue reading Exploring Firebase MLKit on Android: Introducing MLKit (Part one)