|Sample Code for Google Ajax Feeds|
Step by step guide on how to add GAFA to your web site - use any rss feed urls
|Shorten a URL with Goo.gl using PHP|
Shorten a URL using Google's URL Shortener goo.gl using PHP and associate it with you GMail or Google Apps account.
|SilverStripe Google Maps Forum|
The SilverStripe open source CMS lets you use Google Maps to get your website forum members to mark their location and build up a world map of all members.
|Social Login Integration for Wordpress|
The Social Login Plugin for Wordpress is a free plugin that allows your visitors to comment, login and register with social networks like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Hyves, Google and Yahoo.
|Some Google in Your Apps|
Some Google in Your Apps: An Introduction to the Google Web API Using .NET and Java, by Tim Stevens. Full source code using both languages.
|Technorati API with Yahoo Pipes and Google Spreadsheets|
The pipe first pulls a list of blog URLs from a Google spreadsheet, then checks Technorati to get the inbound blogs count for each blog, then outputs the blog title, link and count to an RSS feed. The results are then output into a Google Spreadsheet.
|Twilio "Contact Me" Page|
This application work like Google Voice 'Call Me' gadget. Someone surf your website, enter their phone number and why they want to call you and they get connected to you (if you accept the call -- the call is screened) without knowing your phone
|Twilio: Weather By Phone|
Weather By Phone lets a caller check the weather by phone. Twilio answers the call, app asks the caller for their US zip code, it gets weather using a remote web service and reads the response to the caller. In Python for Google App Engine with source.
|Using Google Maps with Ning|
Ning developer documentation on how to integrate Google Maps into a Ning app.
|Using the Google Web Services API with Flash|
Shows how to create a search application using Flash + PHP + Google API. Full source code. By Jeff Hill.
|Viewing Campaign Finance Data in Google Spreadsheets|
Shows how to use a Google Spreadsheet and The New York Times Campaign Data API to summarize and visualize campaign data.
|Why the Yahoo! Maps API is Better Than Brand X Maps API|
Jeffrey McManus from Yahoo! compares their 2.0 API against Google's.
|Writing a Mobility Mashup using Ringful API|
This article walks through an end to end example describing how to create a mobility mashup with Ringful API and Google App Engine.
The XMPP Gateway allows visitors to communicate with site agents from their favorite IM application. For example, a visitor using Google Talk may chat with an agent. Each account is represented as a contact in the IM client, and the agent availability is reflected as well. The Gateway is implemented as an Application Plug-Ins to openfire, so in order to work with it, you need to download the code from their site.
|Yahoo Term Extraction in PHP5|
Simple Term Extraction example in PHP5 by Philipp Lenssen at GoogleBlogoscoped.
|YouTube to Digital Signage Mashup|
This Mashup queries a specified YouTube Account via the Google Data API and lets you import a YouTube Playlist into the Oxygen Digital Signage CMS.
The code to create a Zillow and Google Maps Mashup