Tuesday, June 26, 2012

[G] Introducing new Fusion Tables API

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Google Research Blog: Introducing new Fusion Tables API

Posted by Warren Shen, Fusion Tables team




We are very pleased to announce the public availability of the new Fusion Tables API. The new API includes all of the functionality of the existing SQL API, plus the ability to read and modify table and column metadata as well as the definitions of styles and templates for data visualization. This API is also integrated with the Google APIs console which lets developers manage all their Google APIs in one place and take advantage of built-in reporting and authentication features.




With this launch, we are also announcing a six month deprecation period for the existing SQL API. Since the new API includes all of the functionality of the existing SQL API, developers can easily migrate their applications using our migration guide.




For a detailed description of the features in the new API, please refer to the API documentation.





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