Google Drive SDK version 2 supports Android and iOS apps, common file tasks
Virtually every corner of the Google universe is being touched at Google I/O, and that now includes Google Drive. A version 2 update to the Drive SDK gives Android and iOS developers the option of building the cloud storage into their mobile apps, whether it’s downloads, uploads or on-the-spot edits. The programming interface has likewise been expanded as a whole to handle everyday file duties, such as conversions, copying and revision handling. Web-only users are taken care of with support for embedded shares and opening Google documents in any given software that will take the exportable formats. The updated Drive SDK is ready to go, with a flood of apps either coming or already here — if you want to hop on the bandwagon, just take a peek at the source link.
Pubblicato il 28/06/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag android, Apple iOS, AppleIos, cellphone, Cellphones, cloud, cloud storage, google, google android, google docs, google io, GoogleDocs, GoogleIo, iOS, sdk, smartphone, smartphones, storage, tablet, tablet pc, tablet pcs, TabletPc, TabletPcs, tablets, Google Drive, google io 2012, GoogleIo2012, drive sdk, google drive sdk, Software Development Kit. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.