Google Data APIs .NET SDK

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The Google Data APIs use the AtomPub protocol to read and write data to Google Services. This .NET Client SDK provides a library and source code that make it easy to access data through Google Data APIs. Services supported include Google Calendar, Contacts, YouTube and more



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