The Google Custom Search Engine API is a RESTful API that allows developer to get web or image search results data in JSON or Atom format. With the API, developers can add web search and/or site search capabilities to their website, blog or collection of websites.
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Google Custom Search Python Code Sample. In the initial stages of development, users may check out this custom search sample code also useful for analytics, blogger, calendar, and maps engine APIs. Authored on GitHub by developer Michael Mattioli.
The Google Custom Search Objective-C code sample may support developers to oversee their coding strategies. It works with iOS mobile and Mac OS X desktop applications. This code sample is available for custom search, blogger, books, calendar, google drive, google plus, tasks, URL shortener, and YouTube APIs.
The Google Custom Search .NET code sample offers instructions to download the library, browse the .NET documentation, and interact with the API. To download the library, developers need to install a NuGet package available on the Google.Apis.customsearch.
Google Custom Search Java sample code is available to interact with the API features of search, customization, and subscription. The Google Custom Search adds a search box to the homepage of a website with the goal to help people locate content immediately in the site. It can also find information o a collection of sites.