|04 Mar 2009||#1|
Google announces Google Code Labs
For those developers who are interested in some of what Google has to offer, you now have the chance to utilize some of their upcoming product's APIs for your own use.
Google's Code Labs is a website in which all of Google's early products can be found, and it is available now, and will feature two sets of APIs. One will be features currently still in the Labs, and require more testing and modification, and the others will be listed as 'Lab Graduates', obviously meaning they are ready for release. There are currently some interesting products available for use, such as Desktop and Feedburner APIs, both yet to graduate from the Labs. In order for products to 'graduate' from the Labs, they have to undergo rigorous testing against current standards, and will each have a dedicated engineering team.
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