AdWords Command Line Interface (AWCLI) New AdWords API Sample Application Launched

AWCLI (AdWords Command Line Interface) is a new AdWords API sample application intended to demonstrate a way for using the API. It's a tool for AdWords interaction which was designed for power users and administrators to be able to inspect AdWords objects from a command line. It could also be used in various scripts and […]

AWCLI (AdWords Command Line Interface) is a new AdWords API sample application intended to demonstrate a way for using the API. It's a tool for AdWords interaction which was designed for power users and administrators to be able to inspect AdWords objects from a command line. It could also be used in various scripts and cron jobs.

AWCLI features

  • Shell-like command line interface with tab-completion.
  • Ability to list (ls), navigate (cd), retrieve (cat), edit (edit) and delete (rm) AdWords objects (campaigns, ad groups etc).
  • Search (find) function.
  • Local objects cache for easy referencing.
  • Environment (env), history (history) and other utility functions.

AWCLI is available from the Google Code page and is part of AdWords Java API project. It can be obtained from the downloads page. You can find installation and running instructions as well as usage examples on the project wiki page.

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