First up, we have John Coryat. In 2007, John gave us Creating Custom Maps, one of our more popular videos in the Google Geo Developers Series. Today, we’re proud to present his latest, Simulating Markers with Tile Layers. A follow-up to Creating Custom Maps, this video presents advanced techniques in creating clickable tile layers. The techniques he describes are actually similar to those used by Google, for instance for rendering KML or Fusion Table Layers. This video talks about how to roll your own.
Google I/O 2010 – Building context-aware extensions for Gmail – Deep dive on Gmail contextual gadgets Enterprise 201 Dan Holevoet How much time do your users spend in email everyday? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could seamlessly integrate your apps into the rich context offered by their email and allow them to avoid shifting to new applications for various tasks
Google I/O 2009 – Implementing Your Own Visualization Datasource Itai Raz, Nir Bar-Lev, Jesse Lorenz — Contents — 0:05 – Agenda 1:00 – What is Google Visualization API? 9:30 – Remote Data Source 14:32 – The Java Open Source Data Source library 17:04 – Java Data Source Demo 31:48 – SalesForce.com Data Source implementation 43:20 – Q&A — End — This session will focus on building a server-side data source compatible with the Visualization API. It will cover the following topics: Using available Libraries for generic data sources, writing a datasource, and datasources on AppEngine.