The Amazon Cloud Drive Trash API lets developers trash nodes and send them to the recycle bin. The nodes that get put in the bin can also be restored from their previous state.
The Amazon Cloud Drive APIs are REST-based APIs that developers can add to web, desktop or mobile applications.
The main Amazon Cloud Drive API provides a variety of abilities for developers to let their customers access the photos, videos, and documents they have saved in Amazon Cloud Drive. The Amazon Cloud Drive APIs are free and offer the experience to put your own creative spin, as a developer, to how the users upload, view, edit, download, and organize their digital content using your app. The Amazon Cloud Drive APIs can offer confidence and peace of mind to your customer, as their content is safe and accessible from Amazon Cloud Drive.
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