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From their site: The Google Spreadsheets data API allows client applications to view and update Spreadsheets content in the form of a Google data API ("GData") feeds. Your client application can request a list of a user's spreadsheets, edit or delete content in an existing Spreadsheets worksheet, and query the content in an existing Spreadsheets worksheet.
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The Google Sheets Python Sample Code by Google provides running examples to demonstrate API interaction. Although developers are interested in spreadsheets, they will have access to compatible interfaces such as google analytics, custom search, and predictions.
The Google Sheets ObjectiveC Sample Code by Google presents how to interact with the API. It provides JSON parsing, networking, file uploading, batch requests and responses, protocols, testing, and HTTP logging.
Google Sheets NodeJS Sample Code by Google provides tests to demonstrate API interactivity. Authentication, media, query, and URL shortener are available to initialize development, due to the compatibility of Google interfaces. Google Spreadsheets is a Web-based application that allows users to create, update and modify spreadsheets and share the data live online.
The Google Sheets Java Sample Code by Google demonstrates spreadsheet features for initial development. Because Google APIs share similar interactivity, the author provides more than one interface sample.