Over the weekend I was writing a simple little app, and came across something that should have been trivial, but turned out to throw me for a loop momentarily. I needed to drive some data from XML instead of my tried-and-true ColdFusion components, and I realized I’d never done it before. So, here’s the example:
In my previous post we looked at getting a list of calendars using the Google API. We looked at how to make the request, but not what to do with the data Google sends back.
When you make a request for a list of calendars, Google sends the list back in an xml format. Some of [...]
Before we handle the methods for editing a calendar, we need to make sure we’re editing the correct calendar. To do that we need to get a list of the calendars from Google. This method we’ll look at today is very simple. So, let’s jump right into the code.
We start with our usual two login [...]
Now that we have finished with the crazy method of obtaining all the various tokens for accessing the Google API, let’s jump into our first Google Calendar API method. We will start by using the Google Calendar API to create a new calendar. This method is very straight forward. It’s just a matter of correctly [...]