Over the past two months we've seen the App Engine community do some exciting things. To highlight community participation, we'll be posting regular App Engine community updates.
Below are some of the more popular ones we've seen:
Many developers have written useful articles tutorials about App Engine. This week, we published our first externally written article on the App Engine developer pages Configuring Eclipse on Windows to Use With Google App Engine. Below are some other contributions we've found out there on the world wide web:
Recently, we invited developers to list their Open Source projects on our group's pages. So far, we have 14 projects - these range from App Engine utility libraries, web frameworks, Open Source applications, and even an HTTP implementation of Map Reduce. Please continue to let us know what you are working on!
Lastly, discussion continues to thrive on our Google group. Recently popular threads include discussions on full text search, session management, downloading apps, and executing common functionality before serving a request.
On May 28th and 29th the Google Developer Team hosted Google I/O, a developer gathering in San Francisco. For anyone who wasn't able to join us in person, you can now now catch videos of more than 70 talks, along with slides from each of the presentations, online. Among these are some great sessions from members of the Google App Engine Engineering team:
There are also a lot of interesting talks on Android, Gears, AJAX Search API, Gadgets, GData, OpenSocial, and many other Google Developer products. Feel free to discuss in our group!
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