How to set up an online course from a desktop or mobile app for driving safety courses
I can tell you right now that I’m a huge fan of the Google Drive API.
You can access thousands of courses in over 200 different categories.
And while there’s nothing like a free, open source course, Google Drive has also made some of its own, including one called “Dancing on the Bayou”, which has courses from New Orleans to New York City.
With the help of a simple API call, you can access courses from any country, city, or state.
With a few minutes of work, you’ve got a Google Drive course to explore.
Here’s how to create an API call to the Google Golf Course API and see the results.
Create a Google Golf course from an app and use it to build your own courses.
Open the Google Play app and navigate to the Courses folder.
In the Courts folder, create a new folder named Courses.
Add a new file named google_golf_course.json and name it google_course_json.
The JSON file contains the following data: – name: the name of the course – description: the course description – description_url: the URL for the course’s Google Play courses page – date: the date of the first play (for example, 12:00 AM UTC) – course_id: the ID of the current course – course: the Google URL for a given course – category: the category of the courses in question – country: the country the course was created in – city: the city the course is located in – state: the state the course has been located in (e.g. state of New York or state of Louisiana) – title: the title of the site for the given course (for instance, “The Best of Golf” or “The World’s Best Driving Courses” for Driving Safety Courses) – url: the URI of the website for the current Google Play course (e