The SugarSync API lets developers integrate SugarSync with their desktop and Web apps, build apps to extend SugarSync functionality, or simply leverage the SugarSync cloud. SugarSync is an on-demand web service that securely backs up computers online and synchronizes them automatically. It allows access to the latest version of user files from anywhere -- on the web, on different computers, even on mobile phones.
The SugarSync Platform API is a RESTful web service that allows users to create applications that can create, read and modify files stored in thier SugarSync accounts. Using HTTP requests, an application can choose a file that has been synced up from a userï¿½s PC, retrieve the fileï¿½s contents, make changes and store the results back into SugarSync. The modified file then automatically syncs back to each of the userï¿½s systems. Responses are formatted in XML.
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The SugarSync Java SDK by Heliocentric communicates with the API to access syncing data. With the kit and the API, developers could integrate file sharing and backup features into web services and mobile applications.
The SugarSync Go SDK by Jeff Buchbinder interacts with the API to implement syncing features into applications. Resources include code to get authentication token, get new file location, get user info, upload file, and create new folder.
The SugarSync Python SDK by Lukas Schreiner communicates with the API to access syncing data. Developers could integrate file sharing and backup features into applications using the resources available on GitHub. Some content is in German language.