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Implementing The Google Web Service In VB.NET


The Google web service provides search and spell checking services. In this article Jayesh shows us how easy it is to implement using VB.Net.

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By: Jayesh Jain
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September 29, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Implementing The Google Web Service In VB.NET
  2. · The Google Web Service
  3. · Implementing The Google Web Service
  4. · Conclusion

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Hopefully this article has shown you how simple it is to incorporate the Google web service iton your application. Here are a few things that you could do with this service:
  • Issuing regularly scheduled search requests to monitor the web for new information on a subject.
  • Performing market research by analyzing differences in the amount of information available on different subjects over time.
  • Searching via non-HTML interfaces, such as the command line, pagers, or visualization applications.
  • Creating innovative games that play with information on the web.
  • Add Google spell-checking to an application.
The Google web service supports the same search syntax as the Google.com web site, and provides each developer who registers to use the Google web service with a limit of 1,000 queries per day (this is easily enough for small/medium sized applications to make use of).

Checkout http://www.google.com/apis/api_faq.html if you have further any questions about the Google web service.
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