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Google Calendar API: Push for third-party
Google – which was lately not always the good guy. Google has many services closed and thus incurred the displeasure of many users. Now, however, one goes back a bit more open with some products in order so that developers develop things in the best case, of which we have what user. Currently you have the Google Calendar API open to the effect that even third-party can push notifications in their calendar apps, according to the motto: “Login not with us, we will answer you.”
So third-apps do not send requests to the Google server, but send these messages pushed to the app. For mobile equipment, this means at best: fewer queries, less traffic and may be less consumption of battery capacity. Developers can find more information here .Viewing:-118
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