Sunday, January 1, 2006

Google Web Search API in JavaScript

When I got back from India and started hacking on Firefox, I wrote a Python script to generate the JavaScript necessary to access the Google Web Search API as part of Google Dominoes. I never took the time to clean up the JavaScript code and publish it online before, but now that we have Chickenfoot, which makes it much easier to experiment with JavaScript APIs, I decided that it was finally time to make it publicly available. The Python script for converting the WSDL is called wsdl2js, and the JavaScript for the Google Search API is in Google Search.js. Happy hacking.

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