October 25th, 2007 | Published in Google Code
Since Google data (GData) APIs launched, lots of developers have expressed interest in accessing the APIs using cURL. Whether for use in scripts or just to debug their applications, developers have used this simple command-line tool for working with the APIs. cURL supports doing all types of operations, including posting new entries, updating/deleting existing entries and querying feeds. cURL is even capable of performing operations with our APIs which allow for upload of files for Picasa and DocList.
Take a look at the following article, and discover how easy it is to work with Google data APIs using the raw HTTP and XML that lies at the core of the GData protocol:
* Using cURL to interact with Google data services
If you want to talk about the article, or share your experiences using cURL, join the discussion on our GData group wiki page.
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