by Google Developers 130,016 views
A special broadcast of Raul Furnică's tech talk at GDG Silicon Valley. Presentations slides can be found here: http://goo.gl/oDqvx. Raul, the YouTube API Tech Lead, will discuss the technical platform the new YouTube API is built on, the impact of the new APIs on existing developers and applications, and the new features never seen before in previous versions of the API.
by Google Developers 72,636 views
Ross McIlroy gives an overview of the new YouTube Android Player API. More information here: http://apiblog.youtube.com/2012/12/no-webview-required-with-
by Google Developers 214,412 views
Eric Lundberg, Jeffrey Posnick
Do you want to hear from (and see!) your site's community? We will be sharing a new way to solicit videos from your users. Come and learn about how it was developed and see an example of it put to use as part of the YouTube Direct open source video submission platform.
For all I/O 2012 sessions, go to https://developers.google.com/io/
by Google Developers 76,414 views
In this Google I/O Tutorial, JJ walks you through how to integrate YouTube and Ruby-on-Rails with education. You can find the code here: http://code.google.com/p/quizzimoto/
by Google Developers 12,992 views
In this tutorial, JJ talks about using YouTube for your business. If you have questions for JJ, you can ask them below-- then tune in to Google Developers Live at 11:30 AM to see her answer your questions on the air.
Developer interview with Storify on how they use YouTube APIs6
by Google Developers 156,344 views
We interviewed Storify in the Google I/O Sandbox on May 10th, 2011 and they explained to us the benefits of integrating their product with YouTube. Storify is a platform that enables users to build stories from the news that gets published on social media and on YouTube.
To learn more about YouTube Developers, visit: http://code.google.com/apis/youtube
To learn more about Storify, visit: http://www.storify.com
Developer interview with GoAnimate on how they use YouTube APIs7
by Google Developers 86,431 views
We interviewed GoAnimate at the Google I/O Sandbox on May 10, 2011 and they explained to us the benefits of using partnering with YouTube. GoAnimate is an video creation platform that lets users easily create animated videos and publish them on YouTube.
For more information on developing on YouTube, visit: http://code.google.com/apis/youtube
For more information on GoAnimate, visit:
Demo of YouTube App for Xbox built using YouTube APIs8
by IGN 968,925 views
A native Youtube app on Xbox Live? We might never leave the living room couch again! Watch our demo of the upcoming app that will have you watching endless hours of Youtube videos through your Xbox 360 console then leave us a comment telling us which classic Youtube vid you'll queue up first. We're having trouble deciding between Bed Intruder, Double Rainbow, and Keyboard Cat.
The app is scheduled to launch on 12.13.11, so keep an eye out for it!
For the latest Xbox 360 news and updates, keep it tuned to IGN:
Hacks and Hackers event featuring innovative companies who are using the YouTube APIs9
by Google Developers 17,923 views
On July 20, 2011, YouTube and Link TV hosted a Hacks/Hackers meetup in San Francisco for a first-person look at innovative news projects using YouTube's API.
YouTube, Link TV and four developer partners demoed new web applications built using the YouTube API. The presentations started with YouTube API overview, followed by the demos of:
* YouTube Direct (http://www.youtube.com/direct) is an open source user generated content video submission and moderation platform
* Storyful (http://www.storyful.com/) was founded by journalists to discover the smartest conversations about world events and raise up the authentic voices on the big stories.
* Storify (http://www.storify.com/) lets users make stories using social media. With Storify you can drag and drop tweets, YouTube videos, Flickr images, Facebook updates, ... and add your own narrative to tell a story.
* Shortform (http://www.shortform.com/) is a new social entertainment medium, delivering continuous channels of the best videos from anywhere on the web, curated by our community of video DJs (VJs)
* GoAnimate (http://www.goanimate.com/) was founded to provide an outlet for everyone's creative ideas. In just 10 minutes, one can make fun animated videos without having to draw.
* Link TV (http://linktv.org/) recently launched Link News (http://news.linktv.org), an international news website that sifts through YouTube's library of news content to deliver breaking news and hidden stories to a wider audience. The beta site uses powerful new tools, like YouTube's API, to link visitors to videos and articles from a variety of news sources around the world.
Activision explains how they have used YouTube APIs for their game Call of Duty:Black Ops10
by Google Developers 9,494 views
Jarek Wilkiewicz, Doug Muir
Activision's YouTube API integration in Call of Duty: Black Ops led to over a million user-generated uploads in less than 4 months. We'll cover the details of that integration and explore best practices for building a YouTube community around your own video game!
General overview of YouTube API
Searching using YouTube APIs
by Google Developers 27,336 views
Google I/O 2010 - YouTube API uploads: Tools, tips, and best practices
Google APIs 201
Jeffrey Posnick, Gareth McSorley, Kuan Yong
Are you integrating YouTube upload functionality into your mobile, desktop, or web app? Learn about Android and iPhone upload best practices, resuming interrupted YouTube uploads, and the YouTube Direct embeddable iframe for soliciting uploads on your existing web pages.
For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to http://code.google.com/events/io/2010/sessions.html
by Google Developers 11,546 views
Naomi Black, Cynthia Boedihardjo, Jeffrey Posnick
Captions make video accessible and more importantly: discoverable to search. Learn how we're live captioning Google I/O with a new open source gadget, discover caption features in the YouTube Data API based on speech recognition, and find out more about WebVTT, a new format to help broadcast TV subtitling make the leap to HTML5 and the Web.
by Google Developers 7,317 views
Speakers: Raul Furnică, Günther Noack
The YouTube Data API enables you to integrate your applications with YouTube features such as browsing,watching, uploading videos and connecting with other users. Learn how to use the API to discover video content and help users group their favorites into playlists.
by Google Israel 1,124 views
HTML5, Flash and the Battle for Faster YouTube Cat Videos
HTML5: it's new, it's awesome, and it's powerful, but can it take down the champ of video distribution, Flash? Which technology's got the ability to bring cat videos to the next level? This talk covers the many challenges of both HTML5 and YouTube adapting to change video distribution on the web.
by Google Developers 9,322 views
YouTube Live Streaming APIs will let you schedule and discover live video events. Learn about the platform and preview how you can take advantage of live video streaming in your applications. You can find more information about the APIs here: http://code.google.com/apis/youtube/2.0/developers_guide_pro
tocol_retrieving_live_events.html. The presentation slides are available here: http://www.google.com/events/developerday/2011/static/presof iles/6000.pdf.
by Google Developers 59,840 views
Authenticating to Google Data Services
Jeff Fisher, Jeff Scudder (Google), and Bing Yang (Salesforce.com)
Get over that first hurdle in your prototype! Authenticating a user is a tricky, but necessary step for most applications that interact with Google services. This session will discuss the available authentication options, their limitations, and some advanced use cases such as Google Apps domains and signed requests.
Participants should be familiar with at least one GData API. Familiarity with public-key cryptography will be helpful, but is not required.
by GoogleDeveloperDay 28,789 views
YouTube APIs: Where We Are and Where We're Going
Drop in to hear from the YouTube Engineers as we discuss what you can do with our APIs. We'll highlight applications the community has created, talk about where we are going, and follow up with an open Q&A and discussion what you want to see in our next version. Whether you didn't even know that YouTube had APIs or if you already tried your hand at some YouTube mashups, we're looking forward to meeting you.
by Google Developers 79,852 views
Read up: http://code.google.com/apis/youtube/js_api_reference.html
by Google Developers 21,150 views
YouTube on Your Site
John Harding (Google)
The YouTube team has been hard at work, expanding and improving upon the YouTube Data API that we launched last Fall. In this session, we'll explore how you can use the new features of the API to bring YouTube to your web site.
Participants should be familiar with YouTube and with the basics of Google Data, or another REST-based web service API.
by Google Developers 22,735 views
Speaker: Cuong Do
If you've ever been curious about what goes on behind the scenes of YouTube and what it takes to serve millions and millions of videos worldwide, Cuong will enlighten you on this very topic.
by Google Developers 37,734 views
Speaker: Geoff Stearns
The YouTube player APIs allow you to take nearly full control over the YouTube embedded video players. Controls like play, pause, seeking, volume controls, and event updates are all possible and easy to set up. The Chromeless player allows you to build your own controls and interactions that play YouTube videos. Geoff will talk about how to use both the YouTube player APIs and the Chromeless player in your apps and on your site.
by Google Developers 9,800 views
Speaker: Brian Glick
Brian Glick will give you an update on what the YouTube Core PM and Engineering team's been working on, the latest features, and why developers should care.
by Google Developers 42,763 views
Speaker: John Harding, YouTube
YouTube's comprehensive set of APIs enable you to deeply integrate YouTube's features, content, and community into your web site. In this first session, John will provide a high-level overview of the YouTube APIs - what features and functionality is available, and how you can start using them.
by Google Developers 39,670 views
Bobby Joe, Software Developer, Slide
Brian Muller, Flash Developer, Slide
Michael Fortson, Internet Architect, Qik
Brad Jefferson, CEO and Co-Founder, Animoto
Vincent Rubino, Director of Engineering, Gaia Online
Jeremy Wasser, Director of Community Services, Helio
by Google Developers 88,471 views
Speakers: Stephane Zermatten, Gunthar Hardwig
Gunthar and Stephane will give some tips about UI/UE flow, as well as technical things to watch out for while beginning to design a YouTube API implementation.
by Google Developers 220,188 views
Jochen Hartmann demonstrates the basics of how to use the PHP Client Library with the YouTube Data API.
PHP Developer's Guide:
Please note that the code demonstrated is currently only available by obtaining the latest revision of the Zend Framework from svn.