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Google Apps: A suite of applications that are created, run and hosted by Google, which can be used by organizations / educational institutions. These include Gmail, Docs, Calendar, Contacts, Chat and some other stuff. Also gives you a Google id of the form firstname.lastname@example.org. All apps are also hosted on your own domain. Google App Engine: A platform that ...
Go to https://console.developers.google.com Click Permissions Add a member with owner permissions, he'll get an email to approve After approving, he can delete your account.
Google App Engine have an API for XMPP under "Services". The first documented method is get_presence() that returns exactly what you want. Reference: https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/python/xmpp/functions
This would be near-impossible to accomplish. It is easy to set up a GAE app on a custom domain, but it seems the OP has some more specific requirements. The xxx.appspot.com domain can certainly be translated to an IP address, but GAE's servers will not be able to respond to requests by IP address. It has to know which app you are trying to access, and ...
Turns out you can't add your secondary domain as "domain" you have to add it as a "domain alias" for it to work. See this forum thread for more info
You can add the second domain to the first account from this link. If you want to work from a single gmail-account, you can add mail-aliases to the primary gmail-account. If you do this and you send a mail using the second domain, Gmail adds header info about the primary gmail account in it.
I don't understand what exactly you want to do here! anyways, here's what I got from your comment (!) You hosted a website on Google App Engine (GAE), and pointed your custom domain to your GAE website using Google Apps. As far I remember, only GAE asks for mobile verification, and in Google Apps you only have to verify that you own the domain. You can ...
I wouldn't say that [all] these apps [listed on chrome web store] are for Google Chrome browser. Indeed, it's true for Chrome extensions only. But many applications listed on Chrome webstore also work fine with other browsers like Microsoft IE. The applications end up listed when you click the "Applications" button on Chrome (or type in ...
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