How to load all business from google API?Ask Questions

 Posted on 03/09/2018 10:03:58 AM

Google provide an API to display list of all businesses with auto complete option without google map. Is there any way how we can integrate that into our application?

I would be happy to get some details if someone made it with asp.net technologies.

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Asked by Narendra Shah on 03/09/2018 10:03:58 AM Score: 41 points
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Answered by Shailesh Chaudhary on Sep 6 2018 7:40AM Score: 501 points
The following are the supported platforms for the C# client library to integrate the Google My Business API:

- .NET Framework 4 and 4.5

- Windows Store apps

- Windows Phone 8 and 8.1

- Portable Class Libraries

If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio, please make sure that you have the targeting .NET platforms including .NET Framework 4 and .NET Framework 4.5.

 Please follow the below steps for opening and setting up the C# client library properly in Microsoft Visual Studio:

Extract the client library files and double-click on the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3.csproj file to open the client library project in Microsoft Visual Studio.
In Solution Explorer, right-click the client library project and select “Manage NuGet Packages for Solution...”. Restore all the required NuGet packages when prompted. Right-click the solution, under “Install packages -> All”, check that you have installed the required packages including Google APIs Client Library, Google APIs Core Client Library, etc.
Add a new project to the solution and set it as the StartUp Project since the library project can’t be started directly.
Add the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3 library project as a reference to the new project in the Reference Manager.
For installing a compatible version of the required package Google APIs Auth Client Library, go to Tools / NuGet Package Manager / Package Manager Console and execute the following command: Install-Package Google.Apis.Auth -Version 1.10.0
Please refer to the Samples of using the Google APIs Client Library for .NET for help when implementing the OAuth 2.0 authorization.
 

The following are the supported platforms for the C# client library to integrate the Google My Business API:

- .NET Framework 4 and 4.5

- Windows Store apps

- Windows Phone 8 and 8.1

- Portable Class Libraries

 

If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio, please make sure that you have the targeting .NET platforms including .NET Framework 4 and .NET Framework 4.5.

 

Please follow the below steps for opening and setting up the C# client library properly in Microsoft Visual Studio:

  1. Extract the client library files and double-click on the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3.csproj file to open the client library project in Microsoft Visual Studio.
  2. In Solution Explorer, right-click the client library project and select “Manage NuGet Packages for Solution...”. Restore all the required NuGet packages when prompted. Right-click the solution, under “Install packages -> All”, check that you have installed the required packages including Google APIs Client Library, Google APIs Core Client Library, etc.
  3. Add a new project to the solution and set it as the StartUp Project since the library project can’t be started directly.
  4. Add the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3 library project as a reference to the new project in the Reference Manager.
  5. For installing a compatible version of the required package Google APIs Auth Client Library, go to Tools / NuGet Package Manager / Package Manager Console and execute the following command: Install-Package Google.Apis.Auth -Version 1.10.0
  6. Please refer to the Samples of using the Google APIs Client Library for .NET for help when implementing the OAuth 2.0 authorization.

 

If applying the above steps doesn’t solve your problem, please provide screenshots of the errors you encountered when opening the C# client library in Microsoft Visual Studio and we will help you troubleshoot the issue further.

The following are the supported platforms for the C# client library to integrate the Google My Business API:

- .NET Framework 4 and 4.5

- Windows Store apps

- Windows Phone 8 and 8.1

- Portable Class Libraries

 

If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio, please make sure that you have the targeting .NET platforms including .NET Framework 4 and .NET Framework 4.5.

 

Please follow the below steps for opening and setting up the C# client library properly in Microsoft Visual Studio:

  1. Extract the client library files and double-click on the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3.csproj file to open the client library project in Microsoft Visual Studio.
  2. In Solution Explorer, right-click the client library project and select “Manage NuGet Packages for Solution...”. Restore all the required NuGet packages when prompted. Right-click the solution, under “Install packages -> All”, check that you have installed the required packages including Google APIs Client Library, Google APIs Core Client Library, etc.
  3. Add a new project to the solution and set it as the StartUp Project since the library project can’t be started directly.
  4. Add the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3 library project as a reference to the new project in the Reference Manager.
  5. For installing a compatible version of the required package Google APIs Auth Client Library, go to Tools / NuGet Package Manager / Package Manager Console and execute the following command: Install-Package Google.Apis.Auth -Version 1.10.0
  6. Please refer to the Samples of using the Google APIs Client Library for .NET for help when implementing the OAuth 2.0 authorization.

 

If applying the above steps doesn’t solve your problem, please provide screenshots of the errors you encountered when opening the C# client library in Microsoft Visual Studio and we will help you troubleshoot the issue further.

The following are the supported platforms for the C# client library to integrate the Google My Business API:

- .NET Framework 4 and 4.5

- Windows Store apps

- Windows Phone 8 and 8.1

- Portable Class Libraries

 

If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio, please make sure that you have the targeting .NET platforms including .NET Framework 4 and .NET Framework 4.5.

 

Please follow the below steps for opening and setting up the C# client library properly in Microsoft Visual Studio:

  1. Extract the client library files and double-click on the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3.csproj file to open the client library project in Microsoft Visual Studio.
  2. In Solution Explorer, right-click the client library project and select “Manage NuGet Packages for Solution...”. Restore all the required NuGet packages when prompted. Right-click the solution, under “Install packages -> All”, check that you have installed the required packages including Google APIs Client Library, Google APIs Core Client Library, etc.
  3. Add a new project to the solution and set it as the StartUp Project since the library project can’t be started directly.
  4. Add the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3 library project as a reference to the new project in the Reference Manager.
  5. For installing a compatible version of the required package Google APIs Auth Client Library, go to Tools / NuGet Package Manager / Package Manager Console and execute the following command: Install-Package Google.Apis.Auth -Version 1.10.0
  6. Please refer to the Samples of using the Google APIs Client Library for .NET for help when implementing the OAuth 2.0 authorization.

 

If applying the above steps doesn’t solve your problem, please provide screenshots of the errors you encountered when opening the C# client library in Microsoft Visual Studio and we will help you troubleshoot the issue further.

The following are the supported platforms for the C# client library to integrate the Google My Business API:

- .NET Framework 4 and 4.5

- Windows Store apps

- Windows Phone 8 and 8.1

- Portable Class Libraries

 

If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio, please make sure that you have the targeting .NET platforms including .NET Framework 4 and .NET Framework 4.5.

 

Please follow the below steps for opening and setting up the C# client library properly in Microsoft Visual Studio:

  1. Extract the client library files and double-click on the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3.csproj file to open the client library project in Microsoft Visual Studio.
  2. In Solution Explorer, right-click the client library project and select “Manage NuGet Packages for Solution...”. Restore all the required NuGet packages when prompted. Right-click the solution, under “Install packages -> All”, check that you have installed the required packages including Google APIs Client Library, Google APIs Core Client Library, etc.
  3. Add a new project to the solution and set it as the StartUp Project since the library project can’t be started directly.
  4. Add the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3 library project as a reference to the new project in the Reference Manager.
  5. For installing a compatible version of the required package Google APIs Auth Client Library, go to Tools / NuGet Package Manager / Package Manager Console and execute the following command: Install-Package Google.Apis.Auth -Version 1.10.0
  6. Please refer to the Samples of using the Google APIs Client Library for .NET for help when implementing the OAuth 2.0 authorization.

 

If applying the above steps doesn’t solve your problem, please provide screenshots of the errors you encountered when opening the C# client library in Microsoft Visual Studio and we will help you troubleshoot the issue further.

The following are the supported platforms for the C# client library to integrate the Google My Business API:

- .NET Framework 4 and 4.5

- Windows Store apps

- Windows Phone 8 and 8.1

- Portable Class Libraries

 

If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio, please make sure that you have the targeting .NET platforms including .NET Framework 4 and .NET Framework 4.5.

 

Please follow the below steps for opening and setting up the C# client library properly in Microsoft Visual Studio:

  1. Extract the client library files and double-click on the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3.csproj file to open the client library project in Microsoft Visual Studio.
  2. In Solution Explorer, right-click the client library project and select “Manage NuGet Packages for Solution...”. Restore all the required NuGet packages when prompted. Right-click the solution, under “Install packages -> All”, check that you have installed the required packages including Google APIs Client Library, Google APIs Core Client Library, etc.
  3. Add a new project to the solution and set it as the StartUp Project since the library project can’t be started directly.
  4. Add the Google.Apis.Mybusiness.v3 library project as a reference to the new project in the Reference Manager.
  5. For installing a compatible version of the required package Google APIs Auth Client Library, go to Tools / NuGet Package Manager / Package Manager Console and execute the following command: Install-Package Google.Apis.Auth -Version 1.10.0
  6. Please refer to the Samples of using the Google APIs Client Library for .NET for help when implementing the OAuth 2.0 authorization.

 

If applying the above steps doesn’t solve your problem, please provide screenshots of the errors you encountered when opening the C# client library in Microsoft Visual Studio and we will help you troubleshoot the issue further.

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