The activity Seo, as is known, is changed. Google has accustomed us to the continuous changes in its algorithms, able to sow panic among the world's experts Seo that use "standard" techniques to increase visibility on search engines.
New menu for applications in Google Drive
When Google has released Google Drive has also introduced an extensive set of APIs, called Google Drive SDK, with the intent to open to third-party developers its service allowing outside companies to create cloud-based products that could integrate with this flexible storage solution.
The result of these APIs has been the integration of more than 100 web application in this environment. From the editors of photographs to cad, even more companies see the cloud technology a true plus for your business and their own services.
The creation menu
So why write an article on a simple re-styling of this component? The answer is simple: for the first time the third-party applications that users can add through the Google Web Store are elevated to the same level as those native, appearing in the same space of UI. An advantage for end users, who have their app even more easily available, and for developers who know they can rely on a greater degree of visibility.
Select and add Google Drive App
Thanks to new link available in the new dialog box is still easier to reach the Google Chrome Web Store and choose the applications that interest us.
Manage and manipulate a particular file using a third-party app is a task that can be assigned via the context menu of the content itself.
The edit of the apps select menu is an independent and transparent process rather application code itself.
SEO isn't a stagnant science. It’s an extremely dynamic process with guidelines that could propel one to the top twelve months, and do the reverse another literally.
Google’s mission is easy: They would like to supply the most accurate, user-friendly search experience possible. This implies the search algorithms they generate come in flux always, because the mission is really a complex goal truly.
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