cloud, HTML5, JavaScript, mobile, php

Google Cloud Platform Update

Google cloud platform updateYesterday we had a very cool event at Google’s offices. There were many mobile and web developers that came to hear what is new with Google cloud technologies (among other thing). I’ve used this set of slides because I knew they will be useful to many more developers that miss the event. That is the reason, I’ve used ‘a lot’ of words on each slide.

The event was recorded and I will update this post with the video soon. Have a great 2014! Continue reading

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Chrome & Google Cloud Quick Update (GDL-IL)

Google APIsSome of the topic we touch during the show today:

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Compute Engine In 5min

Screen Shot 2013-07-11 at 2.43.33 PMThis week, we showed in GDL-IL (Google developer live Israel) how to work with google compute engine. Google Compute Engine offers scalable and flexible virtual machine computing capabilities in the cloud. You can solve large scale processing and analytic problems on Google’s computing, storage, and networking infrastructure. It’s also great option to ‘play’ with a server (web service) in the cloud and scale it efficiently. It’s *open for all* and it got some powerful features like: Continue reading

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HTML5 APIs On Google Developers Live Israel

html5-cakeThis week we spoke about “Modern Web Applications Utilizing HTML5 APIs“.
Some of the things we covered:

  • Defining the modern web app
  • Designing a web app with a thought on all devices out there.
  • HTML5 Power tools/APIs
  • Google cloud endpoints and why it’s a great option to built your next powerful API.

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Google I/O 2013 – Mobile Web App Demo

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Google I/O 2013 – Mobile, Web and Cloud – The Triple Crown of Modern Applications

app_engine-256Can we had a better title for our talk? I’m not sure… But the description was along the lines of “…Ready to rock the world with your next application? Odds are you are thinking about mobile, web and the cloud.” So far… so good.

In this session we talked about building a modern mobile web application that takes advantage of the Google Cloud Platform. We touch on the powerful combination of the “mobile web AND the cloud” and in the process we tried to show the power of Google cloud endpoints and modern HTML5 apis. We built a fun little mobile web app “Pictureque” that give you the options to take photos (even on airplanes) and then share them with the world. Continue reading

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