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May 2009

Google Wave Developer Blog: Introducing the Google Wave APIs: what can you build?

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The Google Wave APIs come in two flavors: Embed and Extensions. With Embed, you're able to bring waves into your own site through a simple JavaScript API. For example, embedding a wave in a webpage is a good way to encourage a discussion among the visitors. With Extensions, you're able to write programs, which are packaged as Robots or Gadgets, that provide rich functionality inside the Google Wave web client.

April 2009

Google Analytics ouvre son API

Le service de mesure d'audience Google Analytics lance ce soir son API, annonce l'équipe dédiée à son développement sur le blog officiel. Cette interface de programmation permet l'export des données, et ainsi le développement d'applications où les internautes pourront consulter leur statistiques sur d'autres supports, avec de nouvelles représentations.

December 2008

Official Google Enterprise Blog: Maps without keys

As we continue to expand the capabilities of Google Maps API Premier, such as offering access over https and supporting unlimited address-level reverse geocoding, we see that our users increasingly host applications across a large number of domains. In the past, Google Maps API sites have required that an an associated key be provided whenever the API is used, which required managing multiple keys for various domains. We've heard that this process can be cumbersome, and in response, we've introduced maps without keys, exclusively for Premier users.