If you are into Google’s IO event, they announced earlier year that they are adding support for PHP on their Google App Engine.
From fresh hands on it just last month, I tried it out Google App Engine for PHP, I was pretty amazed on how fast to develop and get up running immediately. The only drawback was that you have to whitelist your website before it can be deployed. Now that whitelist is officially removed.
If you are new to Google App Engine, this is the cloud hosting offering of Google similar to Amazon Web Services.
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Just sharing some information which I hope some would find useful. I’ve been tinkering around with the Google API Toolkit for Force.com. For starters, these are basically client libraries built on Apex for Force.com that connect to Google API like Google Docs API, Blogger API, Google Calendar API among others. The method for authentication on […]
This guide will help you setup Mac OS X Mountain Lion for the Force.com Toolkit for Google Docs API. I assume you already have Eclipse and the Force IDE installed. If not you can follow this route first, then come back here to setup the toolkit. This setup caused me some headache so I’m blogging […]
As a sign of gratitude to city of Topeka, Kansas renaming their city to Google. Google on behalf has renamed the company to Topeka as officially announced on their blog. Go ahead Topeka(google) it. http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2010/04/different-kind-of-company-name.html Happy April 1st everyone.
Just got a new phone yesterday after almost five years of sticking with my old trusty slow Nokia 6680. Now I’ve finally found a reason to buy one. I didn’t get an iPhone but instead got myself an HTC Hero with Andriod 1.5 OS. So far I’ve been impressed. I installed WordPress for Andriod and […]