Google Drive Releases Drive API, Allows Third-Party Apps To Collaborate In Real Time

Posted on Mar 20 2013 - 2:23am by Editorial Staff

Google Drive

Google today released a whole new Drive API which will enable users to create Docs, Sheets and Slides – all collaborating in a real time with letting them save all the things automatically. The new API, you can easily add, edit text, spreadsheet and presentation documents and all that in real time. The new API handles network communication, storage, presence, conflict resolution as well as other collaborative details which you can use while focusing on building great apps at par.

This whole new method of developing for the Drive Realtime API is count as simple as it’s like working with local objects. The API offers collaborative versions of similar data objects such as maps, lists, strings and JSON values. In case if even this basic collections still not count enough for your application, the Drive Realtime API supports custom objects and references, including trees and arbitrary graph structures. So, what you – the developers – are waiting for, try this whole new some Drive API and do remember to tell us your feedback over it.

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