Google AJAX Feed API Released
To be honest, Google’s email lost me at “web developers”, but if you’re the “mash-up” kind, you might be interested in this details below. For the rest of us, here are some cute kittens.
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Using the Google AJAX Feed API, a developer might:
* Display a dynamic blogroll on a personal homepage
* Display recent photos from a public Picasa Web Albums feed on a blog
* Plot a feed of news events on a Google Map
Bret Taylor, group product manager for Google developer products, will feature the Google AJAX Feed API today in a talk at the O’Reilly Web 2.0 Expo titled, “Who Needs Server-Side Code? AJAX APIs and Product Integration 2.0.”
For more information on the Google AJAX Feed API, see:
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Ok, so I’m just teasing. If you take a look at the official blog, you’ll see an example of how it can be used to create a rotating display of your iTunes collection.