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    Hi everyone, I'm in the process of learning WebOS development. I've designed websites in XHTML and CSS for years, as well as programmed .NET applications full-time, but I have limited experience with Javascript.

    I've made a few "Hello World" type apps so far and I think I've got the gist of how WebOS development works. Now I'm looking to use the Google AJAX API to experiement with loading Google search results into a palm-row object.

    I'm having trouble figuring out how to load the results into palm-rows, though, and it seems resources on the subject are scarce. Any tips or code examples would be much appreciated!
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    There's actually an example in the SDK documentation doing exactly this.

    I'm really sorry but I don't remember where it is, as I saw it a long time ago. Check one of the sample apps. It MAY be in Data or Services or something like that... But I am 100% sure they have an app example which lets you enter in a word in a textbox and it loads up the first 5 or 6 Google search results into a list in the same page.
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    Thanks! I'll look around in the sample code and see what I can find. Just knowing that it exists helps.
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    In case anyone was wondering, SirataXero was right. In the Data app (located in sample code) there is a scene called ajaxGet, which is exactly what I was looking for. I must have skimmed right past it at least 5 times

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