Cloud Run: Bringing serverless to containers

Developers love serverless. With serverless, you can focus on code, deploy it, and let the platform take care of the rest—all while only paying for exactly what you use. But traditional serverless solutions can limit what programming languages you can use, or require you to organize our code around functions. At Google Cloud Next 2019, … Read moreCloud Run: Bringing serverless to containers

API design: Why you should use links, not keys, to represent relationships in APIs

When it comes to information modeling, how to denote the relation or relationship between two entities is a key question. Describing the patterns that we see in the real world in terms of entities and their relationships is a fundamental idea that goes back at least as far as the ancient Greeks, and is also … Read moreAPI design: Why you should use links, not keys, to represent relationships in APIs

Google Cloud at I/O: The news you need to know

Each year Google I/O brings together developers from around the globe for talks, hands-on learning, and an inside look at Google’s latest products for developers. This year, we at Google Cloud are celebrating all the ways developers can take advantage of cloud technologies to build the next generation of mobile and web applications. Here’s a … Read moreGoogle Cloud at I/O: The news you need to know

New ways to manage language settings using the Gmail API

Today we’re extending the Gmail API by bringing developers new ways to manage the language settings of consumer and G Suite users alike. If you currently have applications that configure Gmail accounts during migrations or initial on-boarding, this is a great way to ensure each account has the correct display language. With these new language … Read moreNew ways to manage language settings using the Gmail API