Google Will No Longer Support Google Wave

Google Wave is an online software application formerly developed by Google. It was described as “a new web application for real-time communication and collaboration”. Google Wave first announce at the Google I/O conference on May 27, 2009. Since then Google Wave is one of Google’s biggest and most ambitious project but failed since it’s complexity just for a real-time messaging tool.

This new internet communication platform which developed using Java with OpenJDK and Google Webtoolkit as the User interface engine, will no longer support by the Google Inc. Google officially announce that on their official blog here. As Google state there, they will keep maintain Google Wave until the end of this year.

Even Google Wave failed as real-time communication and collaboration, but Google wave development which pushed the boundaries of computer science. Google Wave have the the cutting-edge technologies like sharing images and other media in real time; improving spell-checking by understanding not just an individual word, but also the context of each word; and enabling third-party developers to build new tools like consumer gadgets for travel, or robots to check code. And this technologies could be used and added to another Google product for better service, performance and experience for us.

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