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Google Appengine Staging Server Howto

Out of the box, Google’s App Engine supports versioned deployments. You can switch back and forth between revisions very easily, which is a great feature for properly testing an application ...
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Spring MVC and REST at Google App Engine

Some time ago I wrote about how to implement your Restful Web API using Spring MVC. Read my previous post to know about it. In that post it was developed a simple Rest example. For ...
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Multitenancy in Google AppEngine (GAE)

Multitenancy is a topic that has been discussed for many years, and there are many excellent references that readily available, so I will just present a brief introduction. Multitenancy ...
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Android App Engine Integration

Google App Engine is great for those of you in search of a complete, scalable and affordable hosting solution. Especially if you start a project and you don’t yet know ...
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Google App Engine: Host application in your own domain

When you create a new application in Google App Engine, you’ll get a domain name “yourapp.appspot.com”. But, who’ll want to host their app with such a suffix (unless you ...
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App Engine Java Development with Netbeans

If you just started with App engine development, you might be having a feeling that Eclipse is the preferred IDE. And, Google also has offered its official plug-in to Eclipse IDE ...
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Google App Engine Java Capabilities and Namespaces API

Capabilities API With the Capabilities API, your application can detect outages and scheduled downtime for specific API capabilities. You can use this API to reduce downtime in your ...
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