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Developing with Google+ by Jennifer Murphy

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Chapter 6. Wrapping Up the Baked Goods

Over the course of this book you have enhanced a blog with social plugins, written a web application that uses Google+ for authentication and as a data source, created a hangout app to make potluck planning easier, and taken a sneak peak at the upcoming history API. You can find the latest source code for all of these projects at http://code.google.com/p/baking-disasters/ and running examples at https://bakingdisasters.com/.

As you’ve completed these projects you’ve carved a path through the Google+ platform, but there are many other features to explore. As you explore you can find help in many places. As you start your project you can find configuration tools, starter projects, reference documentation and samples at https://developers.google.com/+. As your project evolves, you can find help overcoming the roadblocks that you encounter through many support channels such as hangout office hours, IRC chat, StackOverflow and a discussion forum. Links to these support resources can be found at https://developers.google.com/+/support.

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