Fusion Tables API demo using OAuth
This example demonstrates how to use the Fusion Tables API from a foreign web server with delegated authorization. It is a simple application demonstrating two possible access patterns: First, a user can see a listing of their own Fusion Tables on a third party site. Second, the web site can retain the access privilege and show the snippet of registered tables to anyone who receives the snippet URL.
This example uses Maven for ease of development and versatility. Obtain Maven from http://maven.apache.org/download.html, or your package manager, say, on Debian based Linux distributions
apt-get install maven2
or on Mac OS with developer tools
port install maven2
IDEs like Eclipse, Intellij, and Netbeans support Maven natively or through extensions. Initially, Maven will download numerous dependencies to your local repository.
- To create an Intellij project: "Open Project" and navigate to the pom.xml file.
- To create an Eclipse project
mvn eclipse:eclipseEclipse requires an extra step. Configure a classpath variable M2_REPO to the folder .m2/repository under your home directory.
- To run the example
mvn jetty:runThen point your browser at http://localhost:8080/snippet.