.NET Client Library Developer's Guide
This document describes how to use the .NET client library to send Google data API ("GData") queries and interpret returned responses.
Google provides a set of client libraries for interacting with GData-enabled services, in a variety of programming languages. Using these libraries, you can construct GData requests, send them to a service, and receive responses.
This document provides a set of examples of common uses of the C# version of the client library, followed by other information about writing GData clients. At the end of this document is a link to the reference documentation for the C# client library, in NDoc format.
To use this client library, you need the .NET 1.1 runtime, and you should also be current on all patches.