AIPs are design documents that summarize Google's API design decisions. They also provide a framework and system for others to document their own API design rules and practices.
Curious about the basics?
AIPs are a combination of design guidance and a system we use to manage and track that guidance. Learn more about how the AIP program works in the first AIP!Read AIP-1 »
Want to help?
Interested in helping with AIPs? Contribute by proposing new guidance, commenting on existing AIPs, or fixing typos. All contributions are welcome!Contribute to the project »
Want to use AIPs for your organization?
AIPs are designed to be useful outside of Google. Take a look at how you might choose which AIPs are best suited to your API design needs.Learn more »
Still have questions?
Free free to take a look at the frequently asked questions. If you don't find an answer there, file an issue on our GitHub repository.Ask us on GitHub »