Google APIs (91)
Google Verified Access
||The Google Verified Access API authenticates the legitimacy of the users of network services and facilitates the monitoring of their adherence to policy guidelines. The Google Admin console hosts the...||Verification||10.14.2016|
||The Chrome Sender API supported by Google, integrates broadcasting into devices. Resources include configuration, receiver, sender, display status, volume, games, metadata, media, pause, photo, and...||Video||09.08.2016|
Google Cloud Speech
||The Cloud Speech API is a speech recognition system that applies powerful neural network models. The Speech API supports 80 languages and can transcribe text, and enable voice commands. This API is...||Cloud||08.02.2016|
Google Cloud Natural Language
||The Cloud Natural Language API uses Google's machine learning to integrate applications with a text analysis system. This API can extract data about places, people , and events, obtain intent from...||Cloud||08.02.2016|
Chrome Credential Management
||The Chrome Credential Management API is a browser-based API designed to help end users authenticate themselves on the developer's website. The API's functions can get credentials, store credentials,...||Authentication||06.15.2016|
The API allows developers to access and manipulate Gmail much like they would a database, performing CRUD operations on email messages as well as attachments, drafts, threads and labels.
Steven Willmott takes a look at the implications of the Oracle vs Google decision including the confusion that will result for developers and what can be done about it. The confusion stems from the lack of clarity over what exactly will be afforded copyright protection and if this ruling puts the API community on a slippery slope where copyright can be applied to smaller and smaller bits of an API's design.