Google Webmaster Tools allows client applications to view and update site information and Sitemaps in the form of Google Webmaster Tools Data API feeds. Your client application can use the Google Webmaster Tools Data API to view sites in your account, add and remove sites, verify site ownership, and submit and delete Sitemaps.
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This Google Webmaster Tools code sample exemplifies how to run an application in Java language. If the objective is to run the app, then developers first need to enable the API, install the library, and set up the sample. Once the goal is achieved, they can expand the sample into an application consulting the API reference at https://developers.google.com/webmaster-tools/v3/
This code sample for Google Webmaster Tools demonstrates how to run an application in Python language. Contents include how to enable the API, how to install the library, and how to set & run the sample. Google Webmaster is a tool that maintains presence on the web, especially targeted for business owners, SEO marketers, and app developers.