Google's Java translator eases path to iPad, iPhone apps

The company also moves forward on Python client library for Google APIs

By , InfoWorld |  Consumerization of IT, Google, iOS apps

With the Python Client Library for Google APIs project, Google is featuring a core Python library for accessing Google APIs, a Python client library for OAuth 2.0, and sample applications using these two libraries. The technology is now out of beta, Google developers said.

"If you are building a Python application that uses Google APIs, we strongly recommend you use this client library. First, the library makes it simple to call any RESTful Google API and grab the data returned by the call. Also, the client library handles the OAuth 2.0 authentication protocol and all errors for you without the need to write any additional code," said Joe Gregorio and Antonio Fuentes of the Google Developer Team, in a blog post.

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