Google APIs Client Libraries
The Google Play Android Developer API is built on HTTP and JSON, so any standard web stack can send requests to it and parse the responses.
However, instead of creating HTTP requests and parsing responses manually, you may want to use the Google APIs Client Libraries. The client libraries provide better language integration, improved security, and support for making calls that require user authorization.
In the table 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.
For libraries that have samples for the Google Play Android Developer API, the third column in the table below links to them directly. If a library's samples page does not yet include a sample for this API, you can still use that library -- simply adapt one of the existing samples as needed.
|Client library||Documentation||All client library samples|
|Google APIs Client Library for .NET (beta)||google-api-dotnet-client/||.NET 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 Java (rc)||google-api-java-client/||Java samples|
|Google APIs Client Library for Node.js (alpha)||Google APIs Client Library for Node.js||Node.js samples td>|
|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|
|Google APIs Client Library for Ruby (alpha)||google-api-ruby-client/||Ruby samples|