As I said earlier, Quite a few presentations from Google I/O have been posted for your viewing pleasure. I’ll be glued to these this weekend while I’m on call. Topics include Ajax KML Sketchup Android OpenSocial Appengine Data APIs Theory Talks Youtube Gears Mashups Maps and more!
Posts Tagged: Docs Spreadsheets
I haven’t been able to post as often or as in depth as I’d like to have this past month. I chalk it up mostly to work, we all love 12 hour days right? But now that sign-off has passed and our last release of 2007 is calmly approaching (its on Friday), things have settled… Read more »
My first ticket for the Google Document List API has been fixed. As I posted about before, the Document List API did not have the ability to just retrieve the documents from a given folder or tag. This has now been made possible, thanks API team! Original ticket: It would be ideal if we could… Read more »
In a quick follow-up to my previous article; Google code blog posted a video talk about the experience the Zoho team had in incorporating Gears with their Writer. I hate to bring it up again, but like I said before, the Docs team better get moving… a Google product competitor using Google Gears first?
As of this morning (or at least sometime before lunch), Zoho Writer turned on offline mode with Google Gears. If you haven’t heard about Gears yet is a small application (and framework for developers) to enable Ajax applications to go offline. It uses a very small local server and database to grab all the data… Read more »
To use the gdata docs python client you need to upgrade to 1.0.7 or higher. First thing is to import the modules you’ll need. import gdata.docs.service import gdata.docs Then, set up the usual authentication parameters for the client. gd_client = gdata.docs.service.DocsService() gd_client.email = ‘timothy.broder’ gd_client.password = ‘*****’ gd_client.source = ‘gpowered-docs-list-ex’ gd_client.ProgrammaticLogin() The most basic query… Read more »
Google Data API posts now you can import your spreadsheets and word processor documents into Google Documents using the new Documents List API. Until I write up a tutorial, check out the Documents List API