All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘APIs’

Using The Google Wallet APIs? Here’s Google’s Recent Office Hours Hangout

Earlier this year, Google launched some new Google Wallet APIs. Since then, the company has been trying to educate developers on how to best take advantage of them. That continues with this recent Office Hours hangout Google uploaded to its Developers YouTube channel: Google CEO Larry Page recently talked a bit about Wallet (among many other things) in an interview …

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Google Launches Update For Google Maps Android API

Google announced that it is launching an update to the Google Maps Android API to include some highly requested features. For one, there are “more dynamic and flexible” user interface designs for large Android devices, using Android Fragments, and adding more Google Maps layers. Also, developers can add more layers in their apps, including satellite, hybrid, terrain, traffic and indoor …

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LinkedIn Launches Highly Requested Ad API Program

LinkedIn is rolling out a new ads API program on the LinkedIn Ads platform. Early partners include Adobe, Bizo, and Unified. “API access will empower the tens of thousands of advertisers who use the LinkedIn Ads platform to achieve their goals using custom-built tools and solutions,” a spokesperson for the company tells WebProNews. “Advertisers will benefit from a number of …

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How Two Brands Effectively Utilized Google’s GEO API

Google has posted a new video to its Developers YouTube channel about a couple of campaigns that use the Geo API. The brands involved are Nature Valley Trail View and Band of Bridges. The campaigns come from the core creative teams at McCann Erickson NY, Goodby Silverstein & Partners and Famous Interactive. They talk to a Google Maps product expert …

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Google Wallet APIs Discussed In New Developer Video

Google put out a new Office Hours video for developers about Google Wallet APIs. Among other things, Peng Ying talks about Google Wallet for Online Commerce. “The idea is that right now, purchasing something on the mobile web is something that’s very time consuming and difficult…what we set out to do is to make this process more frictionless,” he says. …

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5 Cool Ways Developers Have Used Google Maps And Google Earth APIs

On its Geo Developers Blog, Google will highlight a “map of the week” each week, looking at different, interesting ways developers have used its APIs in their own applications. This month, Google launched MoreThanAMap.com showcasing some of these things, where you can find even more. Following are some interesting things that have been highlighted over the course of the year. …

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Google Launches New Google Maps APIs For Location-Enabled Apps

Google announced the launch of two new APIs for organizations who want to build their own location-enabled apps: the Google Maps Tracks API and the Google Maps Geolocation API. The Google Maps Tracks API lets organizations build apps that can store, display and analyze GPS data on a map. It’s built on top of Google’s cloud infrastructure, and includes geo-fencing, …

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Google Launches Google Apps Reseller API

Google has launched a new Reseller API for IT service providers and channel tools developers who want to scale their businesses. It enables these businesses to integrate and automate components of the Google APps reseller tools into their own customer and sales systems. The API supports Google Apps for Business, Google Drive Storage and Google Apps Vault, allowing resellers to …

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Bing Ads Get Editorial Exceptions (And Accompanying API)

Microsoft announced today that it is releasing Editorial Exceptions and the Exceptions API to all Yahoo Bing Network advertisers. The feature will let advertisers request exceptions to resolve editorial disputes, monitor progress of ad and keyword reviews, and easily filter editorial disapprovals and submit a request for exception within the advertiser’s Bing Ads account, Microsoft says. “If you’re using the …

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Google+ Developers Discuss Google+ History API

Google’s Google+ History API was recently revealed. It’s been compared to Facebook’s Open Graph, but uses Google+ connections to bring in updates from third-party services (Twitter, Foursquare, etc.). It also lets you choose what data from these services you want shared. The API collects what users have done with the apps, and adds it to their personal pages for sharing …

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Google Discusses The Content API For Google Shopping

Google has uploaded a recent Google Plus hangout it hosted, discussing the Content API for Google Shopping. In the video, Google discusses various community questions, library support and feature requests. A number of links are discussed in the video, so if you need to reference any of them, you can find them on the video page on YouTube. You can …

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Google Launches Links API For Affiliate Network

Google announced the beta launch of a new Links API for the Google Affiliate Network today. “Since we launched our first set of API’s, we’ve consistently heard from publishers that they want an automated, flexible way to access and serve affiliate ads to scale their marketing efforts, create more unique advertising experiences, and better monetize their websites,” Google said on …

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