Google I/O 2010 Updates: What I/O truly Stands For

Given the chance to be a participant in the event, I can say that Google I/O is really amazing wherein all developers are surprised with the new innovations when it comes to collaboration.

And, all of us are very surprised with the new API releases which were announced, namely:

“Wave This” Service

  • This allows website visitors to easily create waves out of the content on your site.

Run robots on any server

  • You run robots on your own web servers, which makes it also easier to write robots that integrate with your existing website systems.

Fetch waves with Wave data APIs

  • Allows developers to write programs that can read from and write to Wave on behalf of Wave users.

Use a robot to manipulate and retrieve attachments

  • Gives you the ability of reading and writing in wave which lets you cover more things than usual

Other companies also presented their current innovations like:

Novell Pulse

  • Working on ways on how to collaborate easily, instant, on-demand, and in real-time

SAP

  • Adopts Google Wave Federation Protocol with their StreamWork

Seeing all these announcements prove what Google I/O truly stands for…

According to Vic Gundotra, Engineering Vice-President of Google, I/O embodies the spirit of the Web, a spirit of collaboration, a spirit of inclusiveness rather than exclusiveness, and, a spirit of innovation and of openness.

I/O also stands for two most important elements of Web Culture: Innovation in the Open.

Keep posted for more updates!

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Daniel Graversen

Founder of masteringwave.com and SAP Integration consultant at figaf.com

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