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1answer
70 views

Legality of modifying and distributing the JRE [closed]

I see that Google App Engine apps run on a so-called secured sandbox JRE; that is, a JRE that Google modified and that makes changes to certain JRE types. This is how GAE prevents developers from ...
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0answers
56 views

Suggestion to Design API Centric Application using Appengine

I have been planning to create an new application. So I was designing the application structure.i know this application will be accessed form multiple devices and the app feature will be increased. ...
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2answers
631 views

What is the best way of storing date?

I am a new to storing dates based on time zones. Need to know the standard way to store the date in the datastore. My requirements are Easy to query the date based on the date range. show the ...
4
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1answer
128 views

Google App Engine: How to be notified when APIs change or become available?

I am thinking about writing a GAE app but am a little hesitant because the EULA gives Google full rights to change their APIs anytime they want, for any reason. Obviously, they'd be out of business ...
9
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2answers
792 views

How do CDNs protect failover sites from DDoS attacks?

I'm in the design process for a Java web app that I will probably end up deploying to Google App Engine (GAE). The nice thing about GAE is that I really don't have to worry about fortifying my app ...
2
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1answer
1k views

Java or Python for Google App Engine not knowing either language?

I have a few project ideas that I'd like to deploy on GAE. I'm interested in developing a logging application for amateur radio contacts, shortwave, and utility monitoring. More complex projects ...
6
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3answers
4k views

Oracle owns Java but Google is using Java?

Ok, I don't get it. What does "Oracle owns Java" mean? Google is definitely using Java in Google App Engine, does that mean that Google have to pay Oracle for doing so?