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This question serves as an organized reference of client libraries available for the Stack Exchange API. This is intended to be an all-inclusive list of libraries, so if you develop a library, feel free to insert it into the list below in the appropriate location. Each library is listed in alphabetical order under the language it is written / developed for.

Language       Name            API Version   Newest Release  
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ActionScript   ActionStack             1.0    July  9, 2010
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C++            so++                    1.0    July 13, 2010 
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D              Tangoverflow            1.0    June  1, 2010 
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Java           StackExchange           1.0    July  8, 2010  
               stackoverflow-java-sdk  1.1    Feb. 18, 2011  
               StackWrap4J             1.0    July 26, 2010  
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JavaScript     Soapi.JS                1.0    July 19, 2010  
               Soapi.JS 2              1.0    Sept 17, 2010  
               Stack.JS                2.0    Jan. 23, 2012  
               StackScript             1.0    July  9, 2010  
               StackUnderflow.js       1.0    Dec. 22, 2011  
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.Net           BridgeStack             2.0    Jan. 22, 2012  
               Stacky                  2.0    Jan. 19, 2012  
               Soapi.CS                1.0    Sept 16, 2010  
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Objective-C    CoreStack               1.0    Nov.  7, 2011  
               StackKit                1.0    Feb.  8, 2011  
               MSOEngine               1.0    June  4, 2010  
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Perl           Net::StackExchange2     2.1    Feb.  3, 2013
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PHP            PHPstack                1.0    June 26, 2010  
               Stack.PHP               2.0    Feb.  5, 2012  
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Python         Stack.PY                2.1    May  14, 2012  
               Py-StackExchange        1.1    Dec. 18, 2011  
               pyso.py                 1.0    Oct. 24, 2010  
               se-api-py               2.1    Feb. 26, 2013
               stack2py                2.1    Mar. 16, 2013
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Ruby           Pilha                   1.1    Dec.  4, 2011  
               rubyoverflow            2.0    Jan.  3, 2012
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I've done a PHP wrapper but don't have enough reputation to edit it in. Could someone link to it? –  Thomas McDonald May 28 '10 at 14:28
    
There you go. :) –  KTC May 28 '10 at 15:16
    
Why's D in there? And thanks for adding MSOEngine to the list whoever did it –  Matt S. May 28 '10 at 19:21
    
@Matt: D needs a wrapper too. Every compiled language deserves a wrapper IMHO. –  Nathan Osman May 29 '10 at 1:03
    
@George If somebody creates one for D I will learn D just to use it –  Matt S. May 29 '10 at 1:07
    
@Matt: that sounds just like a challenge to me. –  Thomas McDonald May 29 '10 at 7:27
    
@Thomas: I started a branch on Launchpad. Only one file in, but I'll get back to it later today. –  Mark Rushakoff May 29 '10 at 14:01
    
@Mark Can't wait to use it –  Matt S. May 29 '10 at 15:44
    
There's another ruby library called "pilha", can someone link it in the post? –  daltojr May 29 '10 at 21:15
    
@dal: I added it. –  Nathan Osman May 29 '10 at 21:23
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@Thomas It's ON!!! –  Matt S. May 30 '10 at 1:57
    
What about plain C? I like C more than C++ oddly enough. Also where is the Assembly and Machine Code love? –  Earlz May 31 '10 at 6:28
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Considering the only user of the assembly version would be Steve Gibson, I think it's OK to skip it... –  Igor Zevaka Jun 28 '10 at 4:51
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lol @dave - nice edit. –  Sky Sanders Aug 23 '10 at 19:58
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@mmyers: Wow... that's a lot better. Thank you. –  Nathan Osman Feb 9 '12 at 22:48

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