I’ve mentioned some of the excellent libararies that Google provides for iOS developers in the past. If you read some of the bigger tech blogs it may seem like Google and Apple are in a constant state of battle because of Android. Fortunately, that doesn’t stop Google’s Mac team from putting out useful libraries that we can use in iOS apps.
Yesterday Google announced a replacement for their Gdata Objective-C client library, and replaced it with the new Google API Objective-C client library.
The new library is for communicating with Google’s JSON based API’s, and provides support for Oauth2 identification. Examples are included for Google Shopping, Latitude, Tasks, and Books.
You can find the new library on it’s Google Code repository here:
If you are using the old client library for API’s supported in this newer library you will probably want to switch over as Google updates their API’s frequently, and they could be deprecated before you know it.
The previously library is still around, and you can find it here.
[via the Google Mac Blog]
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