Videos tagged with IO2008


Google I/O 2008 - Becoming a Google Apps Solution Provider

Google I/O 2008 - Becoming a Google Apps Solution Provider

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Becoming a Google Apps Small Business Solution ProviderJeff Ragusa (Google), Tony Safoian (SADA Systems), and Crisantos Hajibrahim (Virus Woman)Google Apps is a popular solution for small businesses looking for better ways to operate, communicate, and collaborate. In this session we'll look at revenue opportunities that this creates for freelance consultants and IT service providers. We'll disc...

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Google I/O 2008 - JavaScript and DOM Programming in GWT

Google I/O 2008 - JavaScript and DOM Programming in GWT

Posted in Companies, Frameworks, Web Technologies

Surprisingly Rockin' JavaScript and DOM Programming in GWTBruce Johnson (Google)You may already know about GWT's nifty JavaScript Native Interface (JSNI), which allows you to define native Java methods with handwritten JavaScript. In GWT 1.5, there's an even more powerful way to program close to the metal. You can now model arbitrary JavaScript types directly as Java classes (specifically, as s...

Tags: Google, GWT, IO2008, Web, Toolkit, Companies, i/o, gcvio052008, plid6D9B701069B4F2F4


Google I/O 2008 - Deferred Binding with GWT

Google I/O 2008 - Deferred Binding with GWT

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Faster-than-Possible Code: Deferred Binding with GWTBruce Johnson (Google)What do you do when you want the benefits of modularity and abstraction during development, but you aren't willing to subject users with any runtime overhead to get it? If you're the GWT team, you invent deferred binding. Deferred binding is a pluggable compile-time type substitution and code generation mechanism. This un...

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Google I/O 2008 - Design Options for Hosting Your Geo Data

Google I/O 2008 - Design Options for Hosting Your Geo Data

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Hosting your Geo Data, an Overview of Design OptionsMano Marks (Google)In this session, we will talk about various options for hosting your Geo data, including Google App Engine. We will outline different design patterns, highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of each, and show code samples. Specifically, we will look at storing Geo data as static files, in databases, and extracting Geo ...

Tags: Google, IO2008, Data, Geo, Companies, i/o


Google I/O 2008 - Gadget and UI Development with AJAX APIs

Google I/O 2008 - Gadget and UI Development with AJAX APIs

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Advancded Gadget and UI Development Using Google's AJAX APIsDerek Collison (Google)The Google AJAX APIs can be used to build sophisticated Gadgets and UI controls for your website. For instance, you can by-pass complex server-side proxies and mash up feeds directly with a few lines of JavaScript using the Feed API. In this session, we'll dive into advanced uses of the raw Feed and Search APIs. ...

Tags: Google, Technologies, AJAX, IO2008, Gadgets, Companies, apis, i/o, gcvio052008, plid6D9B701069B4F2F4



Google I/O 2008 - Design Your Own YouTube Player

Google I/O 2008 - Design Your Own YouTube Player

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Design Your Own YouTube PlayerGeoff Stearns (Google)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 loo...

Tags: Google, Youtube, IO2008, Player, Companies, apis, i/o, gcvio052008, plid6D9B701069B4F2F4


Google I/O 2008 - YouTube on Your Site

Google I/O 2008 - YouTube on Your Site

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YouTube on Your SiteJohn Harding (Google)The YouTube team has been hard at work, expanding and improving upon the YouTube Data API that we launched last Fall. In this session, we'll explore how you can use the new features of the API to bring YouTube to your web site.Participants should be familiar with YouTube and with the basics of Google Data, or another REST-based web service API.

Tags: Google, Youtube, API, IO2008, Companies, i/o, gcvio052008, plid6D9B701069B4F2F4


Google I/O 2008 - GWT Extreme!

Google I/O 2008 - GWT Extreme!

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GWT Extreme!Ray Cromwell (Timepedia.org)In this session, see Google Web Toolkit used in exotic and creative ways to solve interesting engineering problems, from authoring OpenSocial apps that run as both Web gadgets and native Android applications, to developing Adobe AIR applications using GWT, compiling CSS selectors to Javascript at compile time, running multithreaded code with GWT and Gears...

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Google I/O 2008 - Search Friendly Development

Google I/O 2008 - Search Friendly Development

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Search Friendly DevelopmentMaile Ohye (Google)Learn techniques to help bring your site more users through search engine traffic. This session focuses on how to maximize your site, your content, and your application's exposure to search engines. We'll cover how to:* Make sites with Flash, AJAX/JavaScript, and images better crawled and indexed by search engines* Create a strong, crawlable foundat...

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Google I/O 2008 - Painless Python Part 1 of 2

Google I/O 2008 - Painless Python Part 1 of 2

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Painless Python for Proficient ProgrammersAlex Martelli (Google)Python is a popular very-high-level programming language, with a clean and spare syntax, simple and regular semantics, a large standard library and a wealth of third-party extensions, libraries and tools. With several production-quality open-source implementations available, many excellent books, and growing acceptance in both indu...

Tags: Google, Python, IO2008, Development, Companies, i/o, gcvio052008, plid6D9B701069B4F2F4