Google Cloud Endpoints provides convenient Annotations in Java to mark which of your classes is the API and which methods are exposed as the API Methods.
Google Cloud Endpoints for go is in a messy state :(
go-endpoints hasn’t been updated in years and seems to be stuck at a crossroad.
Google joined the Open API initiative but doesn’t fully support its specifications, it seems…
by Park MacDougald
Thanks to John Bona from Vapor slack I got to know how the endpoint actually look like
Here is how my simplified Socks controller looks, this controller takes care of Sock model.
Welcome to Part 7 of the Google Cloud Endpoints Tutorial.
The full series:
One of the design decisions that you need to take with your API is how much of data to return. This is especially important for the list*() methods in your Endpoints implementation.
Android Studio has solid support for working with Google Cloud Endpoints. I have written a series of tutorials on working with Gradle, Android Studio, Cloud Modules over here. One of the episodes in that chapter was around…
Welcome to Part 4 of the Google Cloud Endpoints Tutorial.
In this tip, we are going to discuss the @APIResourceProperty annotation, which is a very handy annotation that you could use for your API.