Google App Engine for Mac
Google allows you to design your own applications by using its own infrastructure through a Platform as a Service (PaaS) engine. The Google App Engine provides 1GB of data storage and traffic free of charge, so all you have to to is develop your application, upload it to the Google servers, and you are ready to go.
Of course, if you are planning to develop a complex utility, the storage space can be extended. However, the Google App Engine allows you to set up both billable and safety limits (learn more on this topic in the Google App Engine Quotas area).
Develop applications using various programming languages
The Google App Engine comes with various runtime environments that enable you to develop applications by employing standard Java technologies, Python libraries, PHP functions or by compiling Go code.
Note that Google also provides software development kits that include all available APIs, libraries, a sandbox environment designed to emulate the App Engine functionalities locally, and multiple deployment tools for uploading the app to the cloud.
Deploy reliable applications by using the Google servers
The Google App Engine offers you the possibility to store your applications in the cloud and enables you to deploy them without too much hustle. The engine is able to handle queries, sorting tasks, transactions, asynchronous task queues, scheduled jobs, and more.
In addition, the Google App Engine offers you the possibility to integrate your applications with other Google APIs or cloud services. Noteworthy is that the engine distributes requests to multiple servers in order to provide a smooth operation at all times.
Powerful PaaS solution that enables you to develop and deploy apps using the Google cloud services
The Google App Engine enables you to design applications using the Java, Python, PHP, or Go programming languages and then offers you the possibility to quickly deploy them in the cloud by making use of the built-in upload tools. Moreover, the available software development kits include resources that can streamline specific tasks.