Videos tagged with ATOM


Google I/O 2010 - Make your app real-time with PubSubHubbub

Google I/O 2010 - Make your app real-time with PubSubHubbub

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Google I/O 2010 - Make your application real-time with PubSubHubbub Social Web 201 Brett Slatkin This session will go over how to add support for the PubSubHubbub protocol to your website. You'll learn how to turn Atom and RSS feeds into real-time streams. We'll go over how to consume real-time data streams and how to make your website reactive to what's happening on the web right now. For all ...

Tags: Google, Technologies, RSS, ATOM, Companies, Google I/O, developer conference, pubsubhubbub, Real Time, googleio2010, #io2010, ...



Google I/O 2010 - How Google builds APIs

Google I/O 2010 - How Google builds APIs

Posted in Companies, Development, Web Technologies, Conferences

Google I/O 2010 - How Google builds APIs Google APIs 201 Zach Maier, Joseph Schorr, Mark Stahl Dive into the API development process at Google, and discover how we routinely take our full-featured APIs from design to testing to production in less than an hour. We'll present Google API design goals and best practices, showcase our new API infrastructure, and demonstrate how you can take advantag...

Tags: Google, Python, Java, JSON, ATOM, Development, Companies, apis, Google I/O, developer conference, googleio2010, ...


Google I/O 2010 - Make your app real-time with PubSubHubbub

Google I/O 2010 - Make your app real-time with PubSubHubbub

Posted in Companies, Web Technologies, Conferences

Google I/O 2010 - Make your application real-time with PubSubHubbub Social Web 201 Brett Slatkin This session will go over how to add support for the PubSubHubbub protocol to your website. You'll learn how to turn Atom and RSS feeds into real-time streams. We'll go over how to consume real-time data streams and how to make your website reactive to what's happening on the web right now. For all ...

Tags: Google, Technologies, RSS, ATOM, Companies, Google I/O, developer conference, pubsubhubbub, Real Time, googleio2010, #io2010, ...



Tekzilla Daily Tip #524: CES 2010: New iTablet Killer With MultiTouch and More

Tekzilla Daily Tip #524: CES 2010: New iTablet Killer With MultiTouch and More

Posted in Web Technologies, Podcasts

Lenovo releases the S10-3t, a convertible netbook that swivels to become either a tablet or a laptopLooking for a tablet that doubles as a real computer?  Lenovo released another Apple iTablet killer at CES 2010, the S10-3t.  The new gadget runs Windows 7 and twists to turn into a tablet, or a clamshell laptop.  Built around Intel's brand new Atom N470, it has enough power to run videos and mos...

Tags: Technologies, Intel, ATOM, Revision3, Tekzilla, tech, Tekzilla Daily Tip, gadget, Broadcasting, Screencasts, review, ...



AtomServer: The Power of Publishing for Data Distribution

AtomServer: The Power of Publishing for Data Distribution

Posted in Conferences, Web Technologies, Development

Summary In this session recorded at QCon SF 2008, Chris Berry & Bryon Jacob presented the Atom Syndication Format, the Atom Publishing Protocol, the Atom Categories, the Atom Stores, the AtomServer and how they can be used by giving a concrete example. Bio Chris Berry is co-founder of AtomServer, an open source, generic, reusable data service framework based on AtomPub and GData. Bryon Jaco...

Tags: Conferences, REST, InfoQ, SOA, ATOM, QCon, AtomPub, syndication, QCon San Francisco 2008, Development


RESTful Enterprise Development

RESTful Enterprise Development

Posted in Conferences, Web Technologies, Development

Summary In this session I'll discuss how a large telecommunications company has developed RESTful and Web-friendly services side-by-side with more traditional WS-* services. Using Atom, AtomPub, caching, URI templates and microformats, the company has addressed a wide range of challenges, from standard integration tasks such as exposing legacy data to custom and vendor applications and services...

Tags: Conferences, Technologies, REST, Web Services, HTTP, caching, InfoQ, Architecture, SOA, ATOM, QCon, ...


MIX09: Developing RESTful Services and Clients with "M"

MIX09: Developing RESTful Services and Clients with "M"

Posted in Conferences, Web Technologies, Companies, Development

Learn how Web developers can use "M", a new language for describing data, metadata and domain specific languages, to enhance RESTful services like HTTP, JSON, RSS/Atom, and more. Also see how "M" can be used on premise or in the cloud to achieve greater development productivity and to create more compelling customer experiences. Chris Sells Douglas Purdy Douglas Purdy is a product unit manager ...

Tags: Conferences, Technologies, RSS, Microsoft, JSON, REST, HTTP, ATOM, Development, Companies, MIX09, ...


Google GData: reading and writing data on the web

Google GData: reading and writing data on the web

Posted in Companies, Conferences, Web Technologies, Databases, Cloud Computing

Summary The Google Data API provides programmatic access to a variety of Google assets, including Calendar, Blogger, Picasa, CodeSearch, and Google Base. Composed of a simple query language and the Atom Publishing protocol (IETF draft), it provides search, read, and update capabilities. An active developer community at code.google.com created Google GData client libraries for many languages. Th...

Tags: Google, Conferences, REST, InfoQ, Data Access, Architecture, ATOM, QCon, Cloud Computing, QCon London 2008, Data Services, ...