The Google Slides .NET Sample Code describes how to build a simple console application that can send requests to the Slides API. Visual Studio 2013 or later is required. OAuth 2 authorization information is stored on the file system.
Google and Twitch announced major service offerings in the world of game play streaming at the annual Game Developers Conference. Twitch's Stream First development approach, and Google's new Video Recording API are meant to create a collaboration between game, player, and audience.
It all comes down to simply getting the job done. The bigger the job or team, the trickier the co-ordinating can become, and anyone who's ever had to manage a team and attain goals or rushed deadlines will know the importance of dotting every "i" and crossing every "t". Thanks to technology and clever development, we have access to applications that help to streamline this very process. Do.com is one of those; a project management and collaboration application designed to help teams accomplish a number of tasks. Do.com's API also makes this functionality available to developers who may want to integrate this with other applications or build new ones.
GitHub is hosting the company’s first-ever virtual event for developers across the globe. The event is highlighted by the launch of four new products aimed at broadly improving the overall developer experience on the platform. The new products include GitHub Codespaces, a browser-based IDE.