The pCloud API is a development platform for online storage solutions. The API is split into the HTTP/JSON and binary protocols. The HTTP/JSON protocol deploys HTTP calls to support the development web and mobile applications. It returns JSON formatted responses to the HTTP requests. The binary protocol, on the other hand, is designed to enhance the performance of cloud-based storage applications.
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The Java SDK is the official pCloud SDK for Java and Android for integrating with pCloud's API. It provides easy access and basic functionality of the pCloud service. pCloud allows you to create accounts, login users, upload files, download files and more. pCloud offers a comprehensive simple cloud storage solution for individuals and businesses.
The pCloud C SDK is written in the C language to provide tools for constructing applications that communicate with the pCloud API. The official SDK is particularly useful in the implementation of the binary protocols of the pCloud API.
The pCloud Java SDK is written in the Java language to provide tools for constructing applications that communicate with the pCloud API. The official SDK is particularly useful in the implementation of the binary protocols of the pCloud API.