gdata api to develop applications to syndicate with services avaialable from google has been released. gdata allows you to query and update all the supported google services.
gdata supports rss 2.0 and atom 1.0, which allow both synidication and publication of data from and to the google services.
developers can update data on google services that support the gdata api using http put method.
gdata allows support for various kinds of services to syndicate and publish data, with likes of blog feeds, news syndication feeds, emails, calendar events or task-list items.
for current release only desktop applications can make use of the authentication system provided by google, web applications authentication have not been made avialable yet.
for more information and downloads visit the gdata api site.
well just an update on my previous post on
google calendars not working on ie7 well it's still the same the service does not work even now on ie7.