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The openness of Google Maps’ API has spawned a web phenomenon with slews of Google Map mash-ups. And they do make for a nifty bonus to any webmaster wishing to give visitors a better way to locate services. But, according to the New York Times, don’t expect Google to let you profit from their generosity without a cut of the action.
Rocketinfo has released a preview version of the RocketNews Search Application Programming Interface (API).
Day today announced that it has made available an implementation of the Content Repository API for Java Technology (JCR) to the Apache Software Foundation in order to further promote industry adoption and collaboration of the JSR 170 standard.
Enhance Interactive, a subsidiary of Marchex today announced the availability of its new paid listings management application program interface (API), providing its clients and business partners with much easier access to account creation and paid listings management capabilities.
As J2ME gains prominence, the range of things that developers can do with Java on devices is expanding. This month I’ll cover the Mobile Media API (JSR-135), which is an optional J2ME package. The Mobile Media APIs enable the playing and recording of audio, taking pictures and playing videos, and other things.
Unlike part one , the rest of this article series will outline fewer Google API applications, as it focuses on only one thing. By the time you finish reading it, you will know how to implement what in my humble opinion, is the best way to use certain Google API Applications to enhance your own site.
Just over a year ago, Google.com began to provide access to its web search API to programmers and developers. This provided them with a way to utilize the optimum resources of Google’s database of listings. At first, there were few practical applications that would help the average webmaster.
This article reprinted with permission by java.sun.com
Peer-to-peer (P2P) computing is difficult enough without having to learn a new API. The first version of JXTA introduced us to P2P, but the API was tough to learn, and not easily mapped to our current process. But now, with the release of JXTA 2.0, you get your warm fuzzies back — in the form of a ready-made API to wrap your P2P communications, with a socket-like interface and Java I/O streams.