In this talk we use the Maps API and Go on App Engine to build an app to build custom tile sets for Google Maps. The app demonstrates using Go's suitability for computation in the cloud and App Engine's key scalability features, such as Task Queues and Backends.
Web Intents allows you to build applications that integrate with one another with an ease that has never been seen on the web before. In this session we will show you how to connect applications using Web Intents and how to best integrate with the many actions available in Web Intents such as editing, saving and sharing.
by Fred Sauer
Many games developers are finding the easy development and deployment experience of Google App Engine ideal for building cloud based state-storage, matching making services and collaborations services. When you have a hit game, the last thing you want to do is worry about your server provisioning. App Engine has an always-free tier to get you started and then scales seamlessly to any size of usage. Game developers also use Google Cloud Storage to easily store and quickly deliver media files to clients around the world.
by Jez Fletcher and Susannah Raub
The Google Maps API makes it easy to add simple maps to your applications, but we want to take you to the next level. In this session we reveal our recommended best practices for Maps API developers, including developer tools, testing, and API features that will save you time, avoid a headache or two, and delight your users.
This talk discusses the latest and greatest application patterns and toolset for building cutting edge HTML5 applications that are backed by App Engine. This makes it incredibly easy to write an app that spans client and server; in particular, authentication just works out of the box. This talk walks through building a fantastic cloud-based HTML5 application
Create a more engaging and personalized experience for your users by incorporating aspects of Google+ into your mobile app. Learn how your users can share pictures, links, and more into Google+ from your app, and how doing so can raise visibility and discoverability of your application.
by Drew Csillag
This session covers the different ways in which developers can store data when using Google Script. We'll break things down by use case, and then show examples of how to use the different options: spreadsheet, Script/User Properties, JDBC connector, and distribution.
Learn what it takes to build an HTML5 mobile app that will wow your users. This session will focus on speed, offline support, UI layouts, and the tools necessary to set up a productive development environment. Come to this session if you're looking to make a killer mobile web app that stands out amongst the competition.
The Google cloud platform continues to evolve, come see a demo driven overview of what's new including: Cloud SQL, Full Text Search, NDB, SSL, Datastore Changes
This session goes through how to write Drive apps that synchronize files with Android devices. We'll also go into how to open files on Android devices, or create new files from this environment.
27th–29th June 2012