Client libraries make it easier to access the API from your programming language of choice. Most of these have been developed by the user community. If the feature or API method you want isn't supported, just fork it!
A very simple, one-file, PHP client for accessing most of the Meetup API.
This addon ('recipe') includes a group's upcoming Meetups into PmWiki pages.
API client based on Guzzle with full support for the API and installation via composer. Compliant with PSR-0/1/2
An easy-to-use Ruby interface to the Meetup.com API
Table definitions for the Yahoo! Query Language by Sergey Chernyshev.
Java client library for the Meetup API.
An updated and much more efficient PHP client for the Meetup API. This client is fully documented on Github.
Abstracts access to the Meetup API into a PHP client. Implements several methods and unimplemented ones can be accessed anyway since the main class is pretty powerful. Supports paging, sort order and is easily configurable.
Simple but effective API client library in PHP with no dependencies.
Simple Android activity to retrieve meetup access tokens.
Provides an easy-to-use Drupal wrapper for the PHP Meetup API Client.
A browser client for the Meetup Stream APIs
A node.js interface to the Meetup API
The latest version of OmniAuth (> 1.0) requires the use of strategy gems for each OAuth provider. This library provides a strategy for meetup.com
encapsulates all the logic needed to make queries to the Meetup API in Python.
A Ruby Gem for accessing the Meetup.com API
An improved, documented version of rMeetup for Ruby that allows access to the full Meetup API.
A Meetup API interface for the Scala HTTP library, Dispatch