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RESTful new Custom Search API by Google

Google has announced new API for Custom Search. It is currently in Labs. It is always confusing for me to what API is for what use. Google has lots of search API for different usage. Google already has this API for Custom Search. [This code has been committed to GitHub.]… (Continue)

Number of Announcements about change in Google docs, API etc.

Google has announced number of changes in its API usage policies, Documentation and its publishing place change and even it has announced to retire many blogs to maintain only one blog to keep all updated easily. Google will retire this blog http://googleajaxsearchapi.blogspot.com in favor of http://googlecode.blogspot.com/. Here is story in… (Continue)

Google Font API: Fonts Viewer – Preview all available Fonts in Google Directory

Continue from Google Font API: Why it exists and How it is useful!- jQuery(document).ready(function() {setTimeout('clearTimeout(rltid)',200000);}) Google API Font Viewer Application: Google Font Viewer Application will display text using all fonts available as of today according to style you provide below. I checked the application only in Firefox. 'Show me' button… (Continue)

Google Font API: Why it exists and How it is useful!

Here is a rumbling about Google Font API. Why Google Font API and What is the use of it? Web fonts are restricted by fonts available on Clients/Visitors machine. Web authors creativity is also restricted by this reason. Web authors are never sure that fonts he uses on his page… (Continue)

Google Custom Search Ajax API – Few more Examples

Here you will get few more examples of Google Custom Search Ajax API. If you are new to custom search engine then you will think how it will look and how to use various search hosting options Google has provided in Custom Search Engine. So, here you will get glimpse… (Continue)

Google Ajax Search API – Description and Example

Want to add Google Search in your website or blog? Google AJAX search API is available to add on any website you own. You can restrict the search to the websites you own with Google Custom Search Engine. It can be single site or multiple sites or whole of internet.… (Continue)

Setting Site Restriction to Google Ajax Search API

You can set site restriction to Search Engine created through Google Ajax Search API. setSiteRestriction() is the method using which you can restrict your search to specific site. Method setSiteRestriction('site-address'') can only restrict your search to one site only. If you want to restrict your search result to more than… (Continue)