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Install client libraries

The Display & Video 360 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 can provide better language integration, improved security, and support for making calls that require user authorization. By using these client libraries, you can avoid the need to manually process HTTP requests and responses.

In the tables 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.

The set of mature libraries includes:

Client library Documentation Client library samples
Google API Client Library for .NET Google API Client Library for .NET
Google API Client Library for Java Google API Client Library for Java Java samples
Google API Client Library for JavaScript Google API Client Library for JavaScript
Google API Client Library for Objective-C for REST Google API Client Library for Objective-C for REST
Google API Client Library for PHP (beta) Google API Client Library for PHP PHP samples
Google API Client Library for Python Google API Client Library for Python Python samples

These early-stage libraries are also available:

Client library Documentation Client library samples
Google API Client Library for Go (alpha) Google API Client Library for Go
Google API Client Library for Node.js (alpha) Google API Client Library for Node.js
Google API Client Library for Ruby (alpha) Google API Client Library for Ruby