Google API Console gets a cleanup

Google has revamped API Console, the central point of access for developers wanting to make use of the APIs provided by Google’s range of services.

The original, rather crowded interface has been replaced with “a better and more streamlined experience,” Google said in its Developers Blog.

From the API Console, all of Google’s APIs — over 100 across all its different services — can be searched by typing or browsing. For each API, there are links to both documentation and Google’s APIs Explorer tool, along with dashboards showing usage and quotas.

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from InfoWorld Cloud Computing

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