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Bobby Sharma
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I have some doubts regarding following steps provided by Google.

1. When you create your application, you register it using the Google Developers Console. Google then provides information you'll need later, such as a client ID and a client secret.
2. Activate the Google Calendar API in the Google Developers Console. (If the API isn't listed in the Developers Console, then skip this step.)
3. When your application needs access to user data, it asks Google for a particular scope of access.
4. Google displays a consent screen to the user, asking them to authorize your application to request some of their data.
5. If the user approves, then Google gives your application a short-lived access token.
6. Your application requests user data, attaching the access token to the request.
7. If Google determines that your request and the token are valid, it returns the requested data.

I don't know how to do the first step as I could not find anything regarding this on google developer console. I know how to create a project but what about the application ? how to register an application under the project ? Also I have no idea about step 3 and step 4.. can't the see the options or pages for performing the said task.

Here is the reference link :

Google Developer Console.
 
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I have found out the solution for the above problem. Google have not updated their documentations properly. We don't need to register our application in google developer console as once we generate the Client ID for the project, we can use it for any applications. They have changed the UI of Developer Console significantly.


 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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