TDLib (Telegram Database Library) is a cross-platform, fully functional Telegram client. We designed it to help third-party developers create their own custom apps using the Telegram platform.
Read about TDLib on the Telegram blog »
- Cross-platform. TDLib can be used on Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, Linux, WebAssembly, FreeBSD, Windows Phone, watchOS, tvOS, Tizen, Cygwin. It should also work on other *nix systems with or without minimal effort.
- Multilanguage. TDLib can be easily used with any programming language that is able to execute C functions. Additionally it already has native bindings to Java (using JNI) and C# (using C++/CLI).
- Easy to use. TDLib takes care of all network implementation details, encryption and local data storage.
- High-performance. In the Telegram Bot API, each TDLib instance handles more than 24,000 active bots simultaneously.
- Well-documented. All TDLib API methods and public interfaces are fully documented.
- Consistent. TDLib guarantees that all updates will be delivered in the right order.
- Reliable. TDLib remains stable on slow and unreliable Internet connections.
- Secure: All local data is encrypted using a user-provided encryption key.
- Fully-asynchronous. Requests to TDLib don't block each other or anything else, responses will be sent when they are available.
Getting started with TDLib »
TDLib is fully open source, all code is available on GitHub.