Join us on Saturday, June 6th in San Francisco for the STRV Apple Watch Hackathon.
Hope to see you there. Happy hacking!
The search endpoint will accept query, path, start, max_results, and mode keys in the JSON object. The start parameter is for paging through search results. With the path parameter, you can limit results to only be within a certain folder.
We recently announced our new API v2, and now we’re excited to bring you our first of many new SDKs for the new API… in Swift!
A lot of iOS apps integrate with Dropbox already, and we think Swift is the programming language of the future when it comes to building iOS apps.
SwiftyDropbox is an early preview of our Swift SDK for API v2, which helps you easily integrate Dropbox into your Swift app. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to install SwiftyDropbox in your project and get started with a quick tutorial.
This weekend I had the pleasure of attending Video Hack Day in New York City as Dropbox’s sponsor representative. It was hosted at General Assembly and organized by Ziggeo. Given that video is quickly becoming the content type of choice when it comes to communication, especially for the digital generation, it’s no surprise that this event was buzzing with energy from hackers — all eager to make something awesome.
After hacking all day, participants demoed their projects on Saturday night. There were hacks that aimed to make life easier for the visually impaired,
The Sync API is being deprecated, and we recommend switching to the Core API. To avoid users having to reauthorize your app when you make the switch, you’ll want to extract the access tokens stored by the Sync API and reuse them.
This post shows you how to get the OAuth access tokens stored by the Sync SDK and use them with the Core SDK. For more on how OAuth works with Dropbox, check out this handy guide.
The winner of the Dropbox prize was Paratrooper, an app for sharing photos from a particular location. The members of the winning team were all from the Netherlands: Jan Deelstra, Tom de Vries, Luuk Hartsema, Jens Kanis, and Lars Bekkema. The winning team’s day job is at HackerOne,
Last week, we announced a preview of the new Dropbox API v2, aimed at simplifying the experience of developing with Dropbox. As part of this effort to simplify our platform, we’ve decided to deprecate the Sync and Datastore APIs over the next 12 months.
If you’re one of the majority of developers using the Core API, your app will be unaffected. For those using the Sync or Datastore API, read on for details about the timeline and migration paths.
As always, please don’t hesitate to contact our team if you have questions or concerns.