Developer's Guide

Important: We will discontinue support for the v2.0 Google Data API on September 30th, 2024. To ensure continued functionality, update your applications that rely on the v2.0 Google Data API to the latest API version. For the latest version, use the links in the left-side navbar. Note: while some GET requests (such as listing posts) will continue to be supported as feed URLs, there are minor differences in their behavior. For detailed information, refer to the Blogger Help documentation.

The Blogger Data API allows client applications to view and update Blogger content in the form of Google Data API feeds.

Your client application can use the Blogger Data API to create new blog posts, edit or delete existing blog posts, and query for blog posts that match particular criteria.

This developer's guide consists of the following sections. Note that some client libraries have been upgraded to work with version 2.0 of the Data API, while other client libraries use version 1.0.

To learn about the client library for a particular programming language, select the corresponding section. To learn more about the underlying protocol used by all the client libraries, select the Protocol section.

Each section of the guide covers the same material: how to get started and how to perform basic operations using a particular client library.

For information on how to migrate your client from version 1 to version 2, and information on what's changed in version 2, see the Google Data APIs Migration Guide.

In addition to the developer's guide and the reference material, we provide articles on several useful topics.

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