This Go SDK provides access to interact with the Google Search Console API. It provides language integration, security, and support for making calls that require user authorization. The Google Search Console API allows programmatic access to most functionalities of the Google Search Console. It provides a way to; view, add, or remove properties and sitemaps, run advanced queries for Google Search results data and more. This API is exposed as an HTTP REST service to call directly, or via the recommended available client libraries and includes specifications for GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE. Access requires a Google Search Console account and at least one site that is verified as owner, with credentials via your application's API Key. Google is a technology company that specializes in internet services and products that includes online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, software, and hardware.
Google has dominated the search engine world for years, weathering the attempts of many competitors who have tried and failed to capture a piece of the search engine market. True Knowledge, a new natural language search service, is hoping to gain a piece of the search pie by harnessing the power of semantic data queries on the web.
Social networking news site Mashable and Yahoo! Search have extended the deadline for the BOSS Mashable Challenge. This contest, now running through October 5th, will award prizes to developers who create the best mashups with the Yahoo BOSS API. As many readers will recall from our earlier coverage on BOSS, the BOSS (Build Your Own Search Service) platform lets developers build their own full-blown custom search applications on Yahoo’s index of the Internet, the same infrastructure that underlies Yahoo Search.