|September 24, 2012|
|Google App Engine Updated to 1.7.2|
|By Zach Walton|
It's been a few months since an update hit Google's App Engine. The company has been working on the large scale version, Compute Engine, since its unveiling at Google I/O in June. That doesn't mean they forgot about App Engine though. In fact, the fine folks at Google have spent the summer making it even better.
Google announced that App Engine 1.7.2 is available to all users. They explain that the delay in release came from the team spending the entire summer killing bugs that had been submitted. In all, they were able to squash more than 130 bugs since the last major update in May.
Bug fixes are nice, but new features are equally important to the advancement of a product. The latest version of App Engine doesn't disappoint by allowing developers [...]
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