The new .NET SDK has been released and is available for download. There are a lot of changes, and among the highlights you will find:
- Updated support for YouTube V2
- Support for Google Contacts V2
- Support for Google Documents List V2
For those 3 services, there is now a vertical object model that allows you to use local LINQ queries. Please go through the Google.YouTube, Google.Contacts and Google.Documents namespaces and see what's new there. We have some documentation for it here:
The new Google Document project template in Visual Studio shows you how to retrieve all documents and populate a treeview with those documents. In addition there is a Document List Exporter sample application to showcase the new export functionality of the Google Documents service.
Last, but not least, there is the Notifier for YouTube sample application which showcases the activity feeds YouTube is exposing. You can subscribe to events from your friends and other YouTube users and get notified whenever they leave their marks in the YouTube universe. The sample is also available as a separate download on the download page mentioned before.
The complete release notes can be found here, and along with the notes is a list of all of the bugs fixed in this release. To report new bugs, you can go to the .NET library issue tracker.