The new API is available to publishers who use DFP, as well as to third-parties and vendors who would like to build applications on top of DFP. A growing community of developers are already working on sales, order management, workflow and data visualization tools. We've incorporated feedback on the existing DART for Publishers API and believe the new API is a significant step forward. It uses SOAP, a standard and widely-adopted messaging technology that uses HTTP requests to transmit and receive XML data between your client and our servers. This means you can use it with virtually any programming language of your choice. We have a wealth of public documentation available online and there are numerous code samples and client libraries ready for you to download.
To learn more about the new API, there are a few places to get started:
- The DoubleClick for Publishers API blog:
- The Google Code site that hosts all of the documentation for the new API:
- The Google Groups forum where we provide support and where you can provide feedback to us:
We are looking forward to working with you and seeing what you build!