Thursday, April 10, 2008

My Google App Engine Account

Google App Engine enables you to build web applications on the same scalable systems that power Google applications. No assembly required. It's easy to scale. AND It's free to get started. How's that sounds, huh? That's the new Google App Engine.

On April 7th, 2008 i read an article on ZDNet.com telling that Google announces App Engine. I thinked: "WOW! this is great news". I really want to try it. Well the problem is the service is being opened up to the first 10,000 developers that request an account. Of course its free, but 10, 000 is not much. But i try to request an account anyway. In fact, at that time Google can not accept account request anymore.

But, Google give an option that, if there is another chance to request an account, you will be informed. And there it is 3 days later, i got an email from google that informed me, i have the opportunity to try one of the newest google service. ^^
Hello,

Thanks for signing up to try Google App Engine! Your account has been activated, so you can begin building applications!

To start creating applications with Google App Engine, simply follow this link (you may need to sign in with your xxxxxx.xxxxxx@gmail.com Google Account):

http://appengine.google.com/

Thanks!
The Google App Engine Team

I can just say YES! At that time. Quick browse the tutorial and download the App Engine for local test. Google did his homework and create a nice video tutorial and Getting Started Guide.

Kevin Gibbs says on Google Campfire One that Python are the first language for Google App. Well I say, I am waiting for PHP to be Next!!

Okay folks!! Just wait my next Masterpiece on Google App Engine ^^.

1 comment:

Ferdhie said...

eh aplikasinya mana om?
en sekarang support java kok, jadi PHP sepertinya bisa jalan, pake quercus