Literature abounds on many topics. Chances are there are book sources that relate to your web topic. Google Code and AJAX APIs allow you to add a book search feature to your site. This easy, step-by-step article, with code samples, will get you started.
Google Code is where experienced Google developers go to find the best ways to use Android, Ajax, Google Web Toolkit, Open Social and all the other Google development tools. Lean to navigate Google Code so you can find what you need quickly and get back to work on that development project.
Did you know that you can add current news to your web application? Did you know that Google Code APIs make it easy to integrate relative information to your web presence? This “how to” article walks you through the process and presents sample code to get you started in adding your RSS\Atom feeds.
You can easily add Internet and local search to your web applications by using the Google Search API. This article presents code samples and how-to instructions for adding Google Search to your web site. This is the first in a series of Google AJAX API How-To articles.
So, you are a web developer. Well, then, how would you like to add some of those robust features like you see on the corporate sites? You know what I’m talking about; maps, search engines, analysis tools or even a calendar. This article gives insight to what Google APIs and Google Code can offer.
Using the Google Ajax search API can be a great way to add to your site, but getting started can be confusing. This guide will give you all of the basics that you need.