Google Launches App Engine SDK 1.4

Google Launches App Engine SDK 1.4

The new Google App Engine SDK 4.1 offers a number of new features. For example, it now includes a Channel API, a bi-directional communication service that lets apps push notifications to users. It also adds an “Always-On” feature that allows developers to reserve up to three instances of their applications, so that they remain available at peak load times.


Other changes to the SDK include the use of Warm Up Requests whenever possible, the lifting of the 30-second limit for background work, and larger API call size limits.

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