Install Client Libraries

The Google Ad Experience Report API is built on HTTP and JSON, so any standard HTTP client can send requests to it and parse the responses.

However, the Google API client libraries provide better language integration, improved security, and support for making calls that require user authorization. The client libraries are available in a number of programming languages; by using them you can avoid the need to manually set up HTTP requests and parse the responses.

To get started, select the programming language that you are using for development.

Go


Get the latest Google Ad Experience Report API client library for Go (alpha).

Read the client library's developer's guide.

JavaScript


Read the client library's developer's guide.

Node.js


Get the latest Google Ad Experience Report API client library for Node.js.

Read the client library's developer's guide.

Obj-C


Get the latest Google Ad Experience Report API client library for Objective-C.

Read the client library's developer's guide.

PHP


Get the latest Google Ad Experience Report API client library for PHP (beta).

Read the client library's developer's guide.

Ruby

This page contains information about getting started with the Google Ad Experience Report API using the Google API Client Library for Ruby. In addition, you may be interested in the following documentation:

Installing the google-api-client gem

If you haven't installed the Google API Client Library for Ruby before, open a terminal and install using RubyGems:

$ gem install google-api-client

If you already have the gem installed and would simply like to update to the latest version:

$ gem update -y google-api-client

Depending on your system, you may need to prepend these commands with sudo.

Getting started with the Google API Client Library for Ruby

Be sure to check our extensive Getting started guide for a quick overview of how to make your first request.

Other ways to access the Google Ad Experience Report API

The table below lists some other convenient ways to access the Google Ad Experience Report API.

Access method Description
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