Web back-end languages tend to be a matter of "Speed, reliability, or simplicity: pick one." Not any more. The Go Programming Language is a rock-solid, productive, and high-performance platform for building web applications (and other types of software). Join the Go team for an entertaining, in-depth look at the development and deployment of a Go web application.
Here’s your chance to find out what the GWT team has been up to since 2.2. Several core engineers will discuss the new features and frameworks in GWT and answer your questions.
by Rajeev Dayal
With the cloud you can now run services that previously couldn't run on or be accessible from a typical desktop machine. The ability to harness cloud services and infrastructure within apps adds huge value for your users. One of the easiest ways to add the power of the cloud to your apps is with the cloud-connected Google Plugin for Eclipse.
Although Google offers client libraries to access our APIs for a variety of languages, there are some languages out there that don’t yet have client library. In this session, we will demonstrate how you can easily build a client library for your favorite language using the new API Discovery service. Join us and learn how you can make it even easier to use Google APIs in your preferred programming environment.
YouTube players allow for video playback in web applications. The latest YouTube's embedded iframe player supports both Flash and HTML5 video and exposes a rich API which lets you control the YouTube playback experience. We'll give you the details on how the API was developed, and show you how it can power the videos on your own website.
Want to sell a website hosting solution to your clients that won’t keep you awake at night with the fear it might get crushed by becoming virally popular? Blogger’s new Admin APIs enable you to have a customer friendly interface that serves their needs, and yours. Come along and learn how to implement your next customer site atop Blogger.
10th–11th May 2011