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In addition to providing some background on the capabilities of the Sites Data API, this guide provides examples for interacting with the API using the Python client library.For help setting up the client library, see Getting Started with the Google Data Python Client Library.See Using Auth Sub with the Google Data API Client Libraries.Tip: Once your application has successfully acquired a long lived sessions token, store that token in your database to recall for later use.The Google Sites Data API allows client applications to access, publish, and modify content within a Google Site.Your client application can also request a list of recent activity, fetch revision history, and download attachments.The Python client library can be used to work with either public or private feeds.
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There's no need to send the user back to Auth Sub on every run of your application.
Use OAuth can be used as an alternative to Auth Sub, and is intended for web applications.
As such, you'll need to authenticate to perform certain operations (e.g. The program will also prompt you to authenticate via Auth Sub, OAuth, or Client Login.
To include the examples in this guide into your own code, you'll need the following .