GAEJ Experiments eBook

Cloud Computing has arrived and it provides significant benefits to developers who wish to write applications in the cloud and make use of large infrastructure that has been setup by Platform As A Service (PAAS) providers like Amazon and Google.

Google App Engine is one of the popular PAAS providers that allows you to deploy Java and/or Python based applications to the same infrastructure that hosts their services. I have covered several episodes at this blog that teach you the various services that are available in the Google App Engine to start writing your applications today.

To make it easier for everyone, I have combined all the episodes into a single and free eBook.

The GAEJ Experiments eBook contains

  • All 15 episodes published at the site
  • A Bonus Chapter 16: Using the Datastore API

I thank all readers and my friends who made production of the eBook possible.

Download the eBook and distribute. It is free of cost.

Download it here.

Cheers
Romin

 

43 thoughts on “GAEJ Experiments eBook

  1. Congratulations. A book after a long long time. It was a fantastic idea to club all the experiments and put them together in a book. Wonder whether that was the idea right from the start. Good job!

  2. Congrats Romin. Great idea of the free-ebook and affiliating to the cause. (Are you inspired by Seth Godin?) I’m sure to extract some benefits out of these experiments. Thanks a lot in advance.

  3. Hi! I’m the lead developer of Siena. It’s a persistence API that fits perfectly with the app engine’s datastore because it was inspired by the python’s datastore API. I suggest you to take a look at it.

    Thanks!

  4. Wonderful creation. Your effort will surely be well appreciated by developers community. With latest GAE enhancements did u get a chance to experiment ? especially with Blobstoreservice ….
    Thank you ..

  5. Thanks for a great tutorial, i’m a newbie in gae and i’m looking for an simple example for Channel API. It’s so great if there are a Channel example in your tutorial.

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