Category Archives: Google App Engine

Google App Engine (GAE)

GAE: Python: Scheduled Tasks With Cron

[Fuente. https://cloud.google.com/appengine/docs/python/config/cron] The App Engine Cron Service allows you to configure regularly scheduled tasks that operate at defined times or regular intervals. These tasks are commonly known as cron jobs. These cron jobs are automatically triggered by the App Engine Cron Service. For instance, you might use this to send out a report email on a […]

GAE: Python: Helloworld

[Fuente: https://cloud.google.com/appengine/docs/python/gettingstartedpython27/introduction?hl=es] Introduction Welcome to Google App Engine! Creating an App Engine application is easy, and only takes a few minutes. And it’s free to start: upload your app and share it with users right away, at no charge and with no commitment required. Google App Engine applications can be written in the Python 2.7, […]

GAE: Python: Task Queue configuration

[Fuente: https://cloud.google.com/appengine/docs/python/config/queue] Applications define task queues in a configuration file called queue.yaml. You can use queue.yaml to configure both push queues and pull queues. This configuration file is optional for push queues, which have a default queue. Pull queues must be specifically configured in queue.yaml. About queues Setting the storage limit for all queues Defining push queues and processing rates Defining pull queues […]

GAE: Google APIs Client Library for Python

[Fuente: https://developers.google.com/api-client-library/python/?hl=es] Easily access Google APIs from Python The Google APIs Client Library for Python provides access to many Google APIs. It is designed for Python client-application developers and offers a way to access APIs that is simple, flexible, and powerful. See the navigation sidebar for a list of guides, references, and other information. Making it simple to […]

GAE: Python

[Fuente: https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/python/gettingstartedpython27/introduction?hl=es] Introduction Welcome to Google App Engine! Creating an App Engine application is easy, and only takes a few minutes. And it’s free to start: upload your app and share it with users right away, at no charge and with no commitment required. Google App Engine applications can be written in the Python 2.7, […]

GAE: Task Queue

[Fuente: https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/taskqueue/] With the Task Queue API, applications can perform work outside of a user request, initiated by a user request. If an app needs to execute some background work, it can use the Task Queue API to organize that work into small, discrete units, called tasks. The app adds tasks to task queues to be executed later. […]

GAE: Java Runtime Environment : The sandbox

Java Runtime Environment : the sandbox  [Fuente: https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/java/#Java_The_sandbox] Welcome to Google App Engine for Java! With App Engine, you can build web applications using standard Java technologies and run them on Google’s scalable infrastructure. The Java environment provides a Java Servlets interface and support for standard interfaces to the App Engine scalable datastore and services, […]

GAE: Tareas programadas con cron para Java

El servicio cron de App Engine te permite configurar tareas programadas regularmente que operan en momentos definidos o intervalos regulares. Estas tareas se conocen comúnmente como tareas cron. El servicio cron de App Engine activa automáticamente estas tareas cron. Por ejemplo, puedes utilizarlo para enviar un correo electrónico de informe a diario, para actualizar los datos […]

GAE: Google Cloud Storage

About Google Cloud Storage (GCS) Google Cloud Storage is useful for storing and serving large files. Additionally, Cloud Storage offers the use of access control lists (ACLs), and the ability to resume upload operations if they’re interrupted, and many other features. (The GCS client library makes use of this resume capability automatically for your app, providing […]

Google APIs: cómo utilizar OAuth 2.0 para acceder

[Fuente: https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OAuth2?hl=es#scenarios] Las APIs de Google utilizan el OAuth 2.0 protocol para autenticación y autorización. Goolgle dispone de varios flujos OAuth 2.0 que cubren todos los escenarios típicos, véase : web server , Javascript , dispositivo , aplicación instalada y servidor – servidor. OAuth 2.0 es un protocolo relativamente simple y un programador puede integrar […]