Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2023-04-28
Posted on: 2023-04-28
Package: PHP Google Contacts API
Gmail users have a contact list to make sending emails to others they have exchanged messages easily. These contacts are accessible using the Google People API.
This package can access the Google People API to perform operations with a user's contacts with a Google account.
This way, this package makes it easier to implement applications that can make good use of the access to a person's contacts with a Google account, for instance, sending invitations to social networks to people in their contact list.
About the PHP Google Contacts API Package
The basic purpose is: Access Google contacts with the Google People API
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can access Google contacts with the Google People API.
It can send HTTP requests to the Google People API Web server to perform several operations with the contact information of users with Google accounts.
Currently, it can:
- Obtain authorization to access the contacts of user with a Google account using the OAuth 2 protocol
- List the user contacts
- Search for contacts
- Filter contacts by contact group label
- Create, edit, and delete contacts
- List contact groups
- Create, edit, and delete contact groups
- Assign and remove contacts to contact groups
- Set and remove contact photo images
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