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This is How You Use the Google Maps API - screencast
Category: Web Development > Google      Posted: 12 Feb 09

So your client emails you and asks, "Can you put one of those flashy maps on my contact page so that users can actually see our building from a satelli...

Compiere: Building a GWT interface for opensource ERP
Category: Web Development > Google      Posted: 22 Feb 08

The Compiere team is trying to make ERP easier. I had a chance to catch up with Gary Wu, Di Zhao and Chris Sprague of the Compiere engineering team. We...

Taking the happyhour OpenSocial party offline with Gears
Category: Web Development > Google      Posted: 22 Feb 08

We ran across happyhour, an OpenSocial container that implemented the JavaScript API in JavaScript itself. The happyhour project uses Gears to keep the...

Eric Schmidt Defines Web 3.0
Category: Web Development > Google      Posted: 24 Jan 08

Google CEO Eric Schmidt was recently at the Seoul Digital Forum and he was asked to define Web 3.0 by an audience member. After first joking that Web 2...

Introducing the YUI Compressor
Category: Web Development > Google      Posted: 23 Oct 07

In this brief 3-minute video, Yahoo! engineer and technical evangelist Julien Lecomte describes the rationale behind and philosophy underlying the new ...

Build an Art Museum using Google's SketchUp
Category: Web Development > Google      Posted: 07 May 07

Phil Shaprio shows you how to create an Infinite Art Museum to display images of artwork using Google's SketchUp.

Add Photos to Google Picasa
Category: Web Development > Google      Posted: 07 May 07

Export photos on the Mac from iPhoto and import them into the web-based Google Picasa so that they are viewable on-line.