The library is intended to make it easier to use Google APIs, said Brendan O'Brien and Antonio Fuentes of the Google Developer Team.
Developers can access Google APIs listed in Google's API Explorer, such as Web Fonts API, Google Analytics and Task Queue REST API. In addition, HTTP APIs on the web leveraging REST or JSON-RPC can be accessed. The client library joins a suite of libraries for languages such as Python, PHP and Java.
"While you can use the current library to start writing code, you should use caution when writing production code as library code changes may break your application. We are working hard to upgrade this release to beta and beyond soon, and to release even more client libraries," the developer team members said.
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