Google I/O 2009 – Implement Your Own Visualization Datasource

Google I/O 2009 – Implementing Your Own Visualization Datasource

Itai Raz, Nir Bar-Lev, Jesse Lorenz

— Contents —
0:05 – Agenda
1:00 – What is Google Visualization API?
9:30 – Remote Data Source
14:32 – The Java Open Source Data Source library
17:04 – Java Data Source Demo
31:48 – SalesForce.com Data Source implementation
43:20 – Q&A
— End —

This session will focus on building a server-side data source compatible with the Visualization API. It will cover the following topics: Using available Libraries for generic data sources, writing a datasource, and datasources on AppEngine.

For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html

Duration : 0:51:57


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