All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google DoubleClick’

Doubleclick For Publishers API Gets New Playground

API playgrounds are some of the most useful tools that a developer can have. The playground moniker may not resonate with everyone, but having the ability to mess around with code in a place where I’m not going to break anything sounds fun. If that sounds fun to you as well or you just need some practice with the DFP …

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DoubleClick For Publishers API Custom Fields Explained

Google recently released a new version of its DoubleClick for Publishers API. One of the more interesting features of the new version was the addition of custom fields. This new feature allows users to include “additional information on DFP entities without having to implement data persistence in your own system.” Since it’s a new feature, some people might not be …

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Google Releases New Version Of The Doubleclick For Publishers API

It’s been a week since a new API release, and I was just starting to get bored without having any new announcements. Google is the cure to my boredom with the release of version 201204 of the Doubleclick for Publishers API. It brings one new addition, a few changes and a retiring of three older versions. The first change for …

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