Google Cloud Python Client
Python idiomatic clients for Google Cloud Platform services.
The development status classifier on PyPI indicates the current stability of a package.
GA (general availability) indicates that the client library for a particular service is stable, and that the code surface will not change in backwards-incompatible ways unless either absolutely necessary (e.g. because of critical security issues) or with an extensive deprecation period. Issues and requests against GA libraries are addressed with the highest priority.
GA libraries have development status classifier
Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable.
Sub-components of GA libraries explicitly marked as beta in the
import path (e.g.
google.cloud.language_v1beta2) should be considered
to be beta.
Beta indicates that the client library for a particular service is mostly stable and is being prepared for release. Issues and requests against beta libraries are addressed with a higher priority.
Beta libraries have development status classifier
Development Status :: 4 - Beta.
Alpha indicates that the client library for a particular service is still a work-in-progress and is more likely to get backwards-incompatible updates. See `versioning`_ for more details.
Alpha libraries have development status classifier
Development Status :: 3 - Alpha.
If you need support for other Google APIs, check out the Google APIs Python Client library.
- getting-started-python - A sample and tutorial that demonstrates how to build a complete web application using Cloud Datastore, Cloud Storage, and Cloud Pub/Sub and deploy it to Google App Engine or Google Compute Engine.
- google-cloud-python-expenses-demo - A sample expenses demo using Cloud Datastore and Cloud Storage
google-cloud-python we try to make authentication as painless as possible.
Check out the Getting started with authentication in our documentation to learn more.
Apache 2.0 - See the LICENSE for more information.