Videos tagged with API


Google I/O 2008: Visualize your Data - Visualization API

Google I/O 2008: Visualize your Data - Visualization API

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development

The new Google Visualization API lets you access multiple sources of structured data that you can display, choosing from a large selection of visualizations. It also provides a platform that can be used to create, share and reuse visualizations written by the developer community at large. Several of the key benefits include: Embed visualizations directly into your website Write, share and reuse...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Technologies, API, IO2008, Visualization, Development, Companies



Google I/O 2008: Reusing Google APIs with GWT

Google I/O 2008: Reusing Google APIs with GWT

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Frameworks, Web Technologies, Development

We like to say that GWT brings software engineering to the crazy world of Ajax, and of course straightforward code reuse is a cornerstone of smart software engineering. Naturally, then, we had to create easy-to-reuse jars that provide Java-friendly versions of the popular Google JavaScript APIs. It's called the Google API Library for GWT. Heard of Google Maps? Gears? It's in there. Gadgets, too...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Technologies, API, GWT, IO2008, Web, Toolkit, Development, Companies, ...


Google I/O 2008: Harnessing StreetView, Static Maps, and Other New Additions to the Google Maps API

Google I/O 2008: Harnessing StreetView, Static Maps, and Other New Additions to the Google Maps API

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development

This session will introduce a few recent additions to the Maps API including Static Maps and Street View. We'll show how to use the Static Maps API for fast page loads and printable maps. We'll also show how to use the GStreetview objects to show Google Street View panoramic imagery in your site. Participants should have previous experience working with the Google Maps API. Ben Appleton (Google)

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, API, IO2008, Google Maps, Street View, GStreetview, Development, Companies


Google I/O 2008: Rapid Development with Python, Django, and Google App Engine

Google I/O 2008: Rapid Development with Python, Django, and Google App Engine

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Learn how to create great web applications quickly on Google App Engine using the Django web framework and the Python language. Google App Engine lets you host complete, scalable web applications written in Python with minimal fuss. This tutorial assumes basic familiarity with Python but definitely no advanced Python knowlege; Django experience is optional. You will learn how to use the Django ...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Frameworks, Technologies, Python, Django, API, IO2008, Engine, Google App Engine, ...


Google I/O 2008: OpenSocial Specification - What's Next for OpenSocial

Google I/O 2008: OpenSocial Specification - What's Next for OpenSocial

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Web Technologies, Development

OpenSocial is an open specification established by a group of social sites and application developers. While OpenSocial version 0.7 is being rolled out on several large social networking sites, the specification is evolving to include more features useful to social application developers. This session will cover the most interesting features that are discussed in the specification working group...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Technologies, REST, API, IO2008, RESTful, OpenSocial, Development, Companies, ...



Google I/O 2008: Best Practices for Spreading Your App without Ruining the User Experience

Google I/O 2008: Best Practices for Spreading Your App without Ruining the User Experience

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The OpenSocial API provides features that application developers can use to help their users share the application with their friends. We'll review other social application architectures that allow apps to spread virally. We'll then discuss the sharing features in OpenSocial in detail including a review of requestSentMessage and requestShareApp. We'll also go over programmatic best practices fo...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Frameworks, Technologies, API, IO2008, Social Networks, usability, OpenSocial, Development, ...


Google I/O 2008: Engaging User Experiences with App Engine

Google I/O 2008: Engaging User Experiences with App Engine

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Web developers and designers can create full-fledged web applications with Google App Engine. Learn how to improve the look and feel of your web application from members of the Google UX team. We'll cover authentication, form validation, imaging, page design, and using other Google APIs to make your application delightful to users. We'll also cover best practices for designer to developer workf...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Frameworks, API, IO2008, Engine, Google App Engine, Development, Companies


Google I/O 2008: Apache Shindig - Make your Social Site an OpenSocial Container

Google I/O 2008: Apache Shindig - Make your Social Site an OpenSocial Container

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Shindig is a new project in the Apache Software Foundation incubator and is an open source implementation of the OpenSocial specification and gadgets specification in multiple programming languages. The goal of Shindig is to make it easy for social sites to extend their functionality using the OpenSocial API, which makes it easier for developers to write to write those extensions. This session ...

Tags: Google, Ruby, Frameworks, PHP, Technologies, apache, ASP.NET, .NET Framework, API, IO2008, Shindig, ...


Google I/O 2008: Design Your Own YouTube Player

Google I/O 2008: Design Your Own YouTube Player

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Graphics, Development

The YouTube player APIs allow you to take nearly full control over the YouTube embedded video players. Controls like play, pause, seeking, volume controls, and event updates are all possible and easy to set up. The new Chromeless player allows you to build your own controls and interactions that play YouTube videos. In this session we will look at how to use both the YouTube player APIs and the...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Technologies, Flash, Youtube, API, IO2008, Player, Chromeless, Development, ...