I created several articles to help you know how to get started and familiar with YouTube APIs which allows client applications to retrieve and update YouTube content in the form of Google Data API feeds.
All posts include some instructions and examples are packaged in an ASP.NET web application written in C#. It’s not really a comprehensive tutorial or mentions all aspects of YouTube APIs. It’s just very basic and simple post includes downloadable source code in order for you be able to rapidly research or copy & paste to your applications.
Before getting started, ensure that you already have Visual Studio 2005 or any Visual Studio product installed. If not, simply download and install the latest Visual Studio Express for free. You also need to download and install the latest Google Data API Setup. All further articles in this YouTube APIs Tutorials assume that you’ve install the Google Data API and get Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010 Express running.
Finally, you’re requested to create a new Visual Studio Web Project and need to add DLL files (on my machine, they are located at: C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Google Data API SDK\Redist) below as a reference path:
That’s all for the preparation steps.
— to be continue —