Google APIlity 1.10.3 (Default branch)

Google APIlity 1.10.3 (Default branch) – The APIlity PHP Library provides an object-oriented way to easily access and manage the Google AdWords API from within PHP. This comes along with an abstraction from the SOAP and WSDL details. [FreshMeat]
Google APIlity 1.10.3 (Default branch)The APIlity PHP Library provides an
object-oriented way to easily access and manage
the Google AdWords API from within PHP. This comes
along with an abstraction from the SOAP and WSDL
details.

[FreshMeat]


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