DoubleClick Ad Exchange Buyer REST API

Libraries and Samples

The Google API client libraries, which are available in a number of popular programming languages, make it easy to use the Ad Exchange Buyer REST API and offer benefits including better language integration, improved security, and support for making calls that require user authorization.

In the tables below, the first column shows each library's stage of development; note that some are still in early stages. The second column links to the main page for each library.

The set of mature libraries includes:

Client library Documentation All client library samples
Google APIs Client Library for .NET Google APIs Client Library for .NET .NET samples
Google APIs Client Library for Java (rc) google-api-java-client/ Java samples
Google APIs Client Library for JavaScript (beta) Google APIs Client Library for JavaScript JavaScript samples
Google APIs Client Library for Objective-C google-api-objectivec-client/ Objective-C samples
Google APIs Client Library for PHP (beta) google-api-php-client PHP samples
Google APIs Client Library for Python Google APIs Client Library for Python Python samples

These early-stage libraries are also available:

Client library Documentation All client library samples
Google APIs Client Library for Go (alpha) google-api-go-client/ Go samples
Google API Libraries for Google Web Toolkit (alpha) gwt-google-apis/ GWT samples
Google APIs Client Library for Node.js (alpha) google-api-nodejs-client/ Node.js samples
Google APIs Client Library for Ruby (alpha) Google APIs Client Library for Ruby Ruby samples

In addition to the Google-supported client libraries listed in the table above, a set of third-party Dart libraries (with samples) is available for the Dart language.

Featured sample for this API

Often, the easiest way to learn how to use an API is to study sample code. Below is a link to a sample application.

Type Language Sample description Client library API version
Command line Python
Simple command-line application
Test application
None 1.0

Things to keep in mind when working with the sample code:

  • The Ad Exchange Buyer REST API is built on HTTP and JSON, and any standard web stack can read data from it.
  • All operations through this API require authorization. The Google APIs client libraries described above make this easy to achieve.

 

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