APIs are Ready to Integrate
Code Service is Cross Platform
As I mentioned, the APIs are platform and language independent. You could easily move it from one web-server to another without modification. The page and code can be created on a Linux machine and posted on a .NET platform. The key is to allow the browser to do the rendering and avoid making system specific calls. Remember that each browser has its own way of displaying things and some of the Google APIs may not function at all in some browsers. Make sure to check the documentation for the API you plan to use and test and test again using multiple browsers at different resolutions.
Your Code Easily Controls the APIs
There are Plenty of Tested Samples
So there you have it, an introduction to the Google Code realm and how simple it is to implement robust content on your site. In addition to the examples you can find at https://code.google.com, there are examples throughout the Internet world. Many of these have been up and running for sometime; tested through hundreds and thousands of hits. You should be able to find an implementation that is close to your needs. In that vein, continue to watch this channel for additional "how-to" articles for adding Google Code elements to your web. – bkc