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Friday, August 19, 2011

Introduction of Blogger Data API - Client Applications

This article introduces the reader has a basic programming to study the Blogger Data API and use it as a Blogger Client Applications. Where then a programmer can design your own Blogger Tools Editor in Desktop Applications, Browser Plug-ins, even able to design your own Blog Aggregate application. For example you would never use one of the tools on desktop applications and online services, with tools that we can edit, delete, and update content blogs without having to log in directly to the actual engine. Here I am sure you already have an idea of ​​how the blog editor to work, here's what I mean tools later as one example Blogger Client Applications.

Studying the Blogger Data API means we (programmers) as the developer is authorized to use it. Before the study it needs to know Blogger Data API is part of one of the Google service data APIs (GData). GData uses two XML-based standard format of ATOM and RSS. GData is what is a simple standard protocol used to facilitate the process of reading and writing data on the web. To know more about the GData can be found at this address:

The Introduction Blogger Data API

Blogger fire data to allow third parties (developers) to display and update the content of blogger content through the process of data retrieval through the Google Data API feeds. we can edit the content of postings, remove and renew it, not only that we can also send and delete the comments that have been published previously.

For a basic introduction about the blogger API data there are 3 steps to start to learn, first learn first Google data APIs, continue to the next step on the Blogger Data API Developer's Guide or you can read the guidelines hereinafter Reference Guide if necessary more can be read here Developer's Guide: Protocol has been fully described there programming language that you can use, until today there are five standard language support programs that you can learn, including:


If you ask which one is easier then I will answer all of them difficult, which makes it easy to be determined in accordance with basic programing each of you. If I had to choose course options will fall into. Net and JavaScript debase because I only understand this program alone. One of the most recommended choice, should you choose to Javascript, because there have included a tutorial with sample code and output the result directly of course you can try it. More you can see here.

Standard Authentication (proof of authenticity)

Authentication is a protocol standard that enables a user to perform authentication (authentication), Authorize (authority / entitlements) to the user or users who want to access a system or service from a central server computer network. Authentication is also needed when we want to do on the network access Blogger (Google) is by entering your username and password. On Authentication to Service Blogger  we can access in two ways: using the right of Private and Public Feeds. Public feeds do not usually require us to use Authentication, in contrast to Private Feeds that requires us to do the authentication first.

Using Visual Basic.Net

To facilitate you to understand how the Blogger Data API you should learn the tools of the review source code using VB.Net. Through this tool you will understand how to perform backups using the access GData Blogger Feeds Blogger Backup Utility via (VB.Net open source).

Using the JavaScript Client Library

Blog.Gear is actually one of the Google Gear project which plans to use this service to access the Blogger application in Offline mode. But you can try to learn the application use the Blogger Data API. You can also study the source code here, for the video you can see here.

This is only a basic introduction and of course still far from perfect. May be useful.

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