How to use the Google+ API
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The next big challenge is getting developers to use it.
The problem is, you’re going to need developers to be willing to work with the API.
For this to work, the Google API needs to be robust enough to support the kind of work you’re doing.
I’ve already talked about how the API’s design could be improved, but the Google APIs have to be flexible enough to let developers build tools and apps with the tools they need.
Developers will need to be able to add features and plugins and APIs to their projects, and to build a system that makes it easy to keep up with what’s happening in the world around them.
If the API isn’t flexible enough for the kind I’ve described, it’s not going to work at all.
There’s no way to solve the problem without going through the whole API nightmare again.
I don’t want to write a lot of boilerplate code just because I want the APIs to work.
That’s why we’re working on a new version of the API called the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) that’s going to be simpler, faster, and easier to use.
It’ll be built on top of the existing API that was in use before GCP was launched, and will have more APIs that support the work we’re doing now.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Google services we’re building and how they’re built, you should check out this post about how we’re making them easier to work on.
The first version of GCP will be free, and the next version will be available to all developers.
In the coming weeks and months, we’ll be releasing new APIs for different parts of the platform, and we’ll also be making some improvements to the Google Play Store to support those.
We’ll continue to make new APIs, but they’re not going for free.
GCP 1.1, the next major update to the API, is due in December.
It will be the API version that we use when we build all of the services we’ll make available to you.
If we can make it happen in time for the holidays, then we’ll release an updated API for your convenience in January 2019.