The service provides distributed file storage using HTTP requests to upload and download files stored in its network. Applications can store and retrieve files, or delete previously stored ones. The online storage service can function as an external backup, or as a file-sharing platform for exchanges between different systems.
API methods support PUT requests to upload files to storage, GET requests to download previously stored files, and DELETE requests to remove them from the application's collection. Methods also generate listings of currently stored files, updates to change filenames, and permission settings to make files available for public access.
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