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This video discusses how Google tools integrate with Spring tools to help make Java developersâ€™ lives easier.
The Go programming language was released as an open source project in late 2009. This session will illustrate how programming in Go differs from other languages through a set of examples demonstrating features particular to Go. These include concurrency, embedded types, methods on any type, and program construction using interfaces. Very little time will be spent waiting for compilation.
In this session, we will show how to use Google Wave APIs through demos and code samples. Learn how to add waves to your web site, extend Google Wave with both client- and server-side code, and integrate Google Wave with other services like Twitter or your favorite bug database.
Some applications require high-performance client-side computation. Native Client is a technology for running native code in web applications, with the goal of maintaining the browser neutrality, OS portability, and safety that people expect from web apps. This talk will give a brief overview of the architecture of Native Client. We’ll then look at some specific example applications as well as strategies for how to use native code to handle compute intensive tasks within web applications using SRPC, Shared Memory and NPAPI.
In this session we’ll explore how you can develop compelling web applications to manage and manipulate hosted documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Emphasis will be on the Documents List Data API, including handling revisions, modifying sharing parameters, downloading and converting files, copying documents to different users, generating thumbnail previews, and even enterprise use cases such as 2-legged OAuth and legal discovery. This session will also include exciting new demonstrations from Syncplicity and gDocsBar.
Project Hosting on Google Code is a web-based platform for open source development, providing mailing lists, an issue tracker, a source code repository, download areas, and so on. This talk will focus on a new version-control component of Project Hosting on Google Code: Mercurial backed by Bigtable. Mercurial/Bigtable is designed to scale over thousands of machines and use Bigtable’s replication to run over multiple datacenters. It is built to be able to host hundreds of thousands of open source projects. Come learn about Mercurial’s architecture, and how we’ve extended it …
Learn about new features in HTML 5 that enhance and enrich the web experience. Learn about new features in HTML 5, how they’ll be supported in Chrome, and our latest plans for new functionality. The web browser is quickly evolving into a rich platform with access to all the capabilities that your computer has to offer. This talk will help you understand what is possible and how to write applications that use the latest APIs.
Google Apps Script allows customers to automate actions within apps and across apps. This session provides an early view and demonstration of creating and editing scripts, custom spreadsheet functions, custom menus and buttons, changing spreadsheet data, sending email, fetching web page content, language translation.
This talk follows the Google Wave team’s experience building the Google Wave client using Google Web Toolkit (GWT). We’ll cover some recent advances in GWT which enabled Google Wave to look and feel like a desktop application with comparable performance. In addition, we will discuss the use of WebDriver (an automated web testing tool) which is integral to the project’s success.
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