Google Fusion Tables is a free service for sharing and visualizing data online. It lets you upload data, share and mark up your data with collaborators, merge data from multiple tables, and create visualizations such as charts and maps. The API lets you update and query your dataset in Fusion Tables programmatically. The API lets you import data from other data sources, whether a text file or a full database.
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With the Google Fusion Tables .NET SDK by Google, developers can access the API of this experimental application. Starting with authentication with Api Key and authorization with OAuth 2.0, the page shows resources to work with an API example, a web application, a service account, and an installed application.
Official Google Fusion Tables Python SDK by Google. It aims to simplify the call to Google APIs, handle auth with fewer lines of code, use the library with Google App Engine, and use standard tools for installation.
With the Google Fusion Tables PHP SDK by Google, developers can interact with the API via Api Key and OAuth 2.0. Resources explain how to build the client object, build the service object, call the API, and handle the result. Includes Google App Engine support.
The Google Fusion Tables Objective-C SDK by Google helps to access the JSON APIs. It is recommended to use iOS 3 or later and Mac OS X 10.5 and later. Contents include introduction and example applications. Support available in Google discussion group at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/google-api-objectivec-client