Blogger

Libraries

This page provides links to convenient ways to access the Blogger APIs.

Blogger APIs client libraries

The Blogger APIs is built on HTTP and JSON, so any standard HTTP client 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.

.NET

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for .NET (beta).

Read the client library's developer's guide.

Go

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for Go (alpha).

Read the client library's developer's guide.

GWT

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for Google Web Toolkit (alpha).

Read the client library's developer's guide.

Java

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for Java (rc).

Read the client library's developer's guide.

JavaScript

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for JavaScript (beta).

Read the client library's developer's guide.

Node.js

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for Node.js.

Read the client library's developer's guide.

Objective-C

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for Objective-C.

Read the client library's developer's guide.

PHP

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for PHP (beta).

Read the client library's developer's guide.

Python

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for Python.

Read the client library's developer's guide.

Ruby

Get the latest Blogger APIs client library for Ruby (alpha).

Read the client library's developer's guide.

Other ways to access the Blogger APIs

The table below lists some other convenient ways to access the Blogger APIs.

Access method Description
APIs Explorer An interactive tool that lets you easily try out Google APIs right from your browser.
Google Plugin for Eclipse A plugin that makes it easier to use Google APIs in Eclipse.

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