Google Gears is an open source project that powers the offline features of Google Reader and Google Docs by providing a local database. It has been renamed simply Gears. It provides additional support for other browsers, and Google has made it available for all developers. Its key capabilities are:
Google Gears, however, appears not to be long for this world. Google has decided instead to support HTML5, which subsumes the functionality that Gears was intended to supply. The specification for HTML5 is still being finalized. As one Google rep told The Los Angeles Times,“We are excited that much of the technology in Gears, including offline support and geolocation APIs, are being incorporated into the HTML5 spec as an open standard supported across browsers, and see that as the logical next step for developers looking to include these features in their websites.” You can keep up with progress of standardization process at W3.org.
Clearly, Google has decided to spare no expense to win the hearts and minds of
developers. And it is appears to be succeeding. Free is an attractive price, isn’t it?
Cloud Computing Related Interview Questions
|Adv Java Interview Questions||UNIX/XENIX Interview Questions|
|Red Hat Linux System Administration Interview Questions||Microsoft Azure Interview Questions|
|Amazon Web Services (AWS) Interview Questions||Unix/Linux Interview Questions|
|KVM Interview Questions||Linux Virtualization Interview Questions|
|Aws Cloud Architect Interview Questions||Salesforce Crm Interview Questions|
|Azure Cosmos DB Interview Questions|
Cloud Computing Related Practice Tests
|Adv Java Practice Tests||UNIX/XENIX Practice Tests|
|Red Hat Linux System Administration Practice Tests||Microsoft Azure Practice Tests|
|Amazon Web Services (AWS) Practice Tests|
Cloud Computing Tutorial
Cloud Computing Is A True Paradigm Shift
From Do It Yourself To Public Cloud—a Continuum
Cloud Computing: Is It Old Mainframe Bess In A New Dress?
Moving Into And Around The Clouds And Efforts At Standardization
Cloud Economics And Capacity Management
Demystifying The Cloud: A Case Study Using Amazon’s Cloud Services (aws)
Virtualization: Open Source And Vmware
Securing The Cloud: Reliability, Availability, And Security
Scale And Reuse: Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants
Google In The Cloud
Enterprise Cloud Vendors
Cloud Service Providers
Practice Fusion Case Study
All rights reserved © 2018 Wisdom IT Services India Pvt. Ltd
Wisdomjobs.com is one of the best job search sites in India.