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As I continue my pilgrimage to becoming passably proficient with Mojo and Google Cloud Services I have been tinkering away with WebService::GoogleAPI::Client and as a working example I was reasonably happy with the ease with which I could produce a basic Google API Explorer that presents the method and parameters of all the Google Discoverable API Endpoints. This is proving a handy starting point to constructing working examples accessing the APIS.

I plan to extend this to firstly include required scopes, then provide OpenAPI YAML and perhaps ultimately replicate many of the features of Google's API Explorer.

You can see the Mojo Application running as a Hypnotoad socket served application under CPANEL/WHM hosted environment at https://pscott.com.au.

Today I'm working on the Google Drive API Example available in the Github Repo as a demo of an alternative approach to using a dedicated CPAN module such as the just released Net::Google::Drive

If anybody has any interesting use cases requiring access to Google Cloud Services let me know. I'm trying to add a new example every few days.


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