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VMware vSphere API Reference Documentation VMware vSphere API Reference Documentation. Overview of the VMware vSphere object model, how to create client applications, and how to use the various managed objects. Porting Guide. How to port your VMware Infrastructure SDK 1.x applications to the VMware Infrastructure Web Service 2.0. This guide contains a listing of all the legacy SDK 1 An Introductory Guide to vSphere HTML5 Client May 25, 2018 vSphere Client SDK - VMware {code} The VMware vSphere Client SDK 7.0 provides sample plug-ins, tools, libraries and documentation to help developers build user interface vSphere Client extensions for both vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS.

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