Google Cloud Print is a service that enables any app (web, desktop, or mobile) on any device to print to any printer anywhere in the world. The APIs allow the apps to collect the necessary data to show their own user interface for custom print options or use the common print dialog that Google Cloud Print provides. There are also APIs for querying print job status. The API uses XMPP protocol and responses are formatted in XML, JSON and TXT. Google Cloud Print is not currently available.
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The Google Cloud Print Python code samples act only as a reference to build applications with the Google Cloud Print API. Some of the topics display code to extract cookies, authenticate, register printer, and access printer jobs. In the site, developers can be aware that the last update of the code samples was done in 2011, reason why they should not implement the code into existing applications.
This tutorial demonstrates how to integrate Google Cloud Print into an Android application. It contains guides to submit print jobs and receive print jobs. Additional resources include PDF generation using Java libraries available at http://java-source.net/open-source/pdf-libraries