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With Google App Engine, you can develop scalable web applications on Google's infrastructure—the world's largest and most robust—at little or no cost. Joseph Lowery shows you how to set up your first project with Google App Engine using PHP or Python. He'll take you through each step involved in coding, styling, and deploying your app. Plus, you'll learn how to integrate with Google Cloud services and third-party frameworks as well as manage crucial account settings like billing and load balancing options.
Welcome to Google App Engine Essential Training. I'm Joe Lowery, and I'll be your guide to this awesome opportunity. I mean, what else would you call a chance to deploy your web app, game, or mobile app on one of the world's largest internet infrastructures, at little or no cost? We'll begin with an overview of Google App Engine, and how it integrates with other Google Cloud services. After I show you how to set up your first project, we'll explore the online Admin Console, and check out a number of app engine services.
Then, we'll jump in to building projects in two of App Engine's supported languages, PHP and Python. You'll see how to work with the various data storage options and authenticate users. We'll examine a variety of third party frameworks that integrate with App Engine. Finally, we'll delve into the art and science of managing your App Engine project, from billing options to optimal load balancing. So what are you waiting for? Let's get underway with Google App Engine Essential Training.
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