Box has announced the general availability of the new Box View, an API service that allows Web and mobile applications to display nearly any file type without the need for a custom-built viewer. File types supported include text, image, presentation, 3D, video, and audio.
Box APIs (7)
Box File Preview
||The Box File Preview API allows you to generate an embeddable file preview experience that supports more than 120 file types including CSV, Images, Audio, Video, Flash, Presentation and more. Box is...||Content||09.07.2017|
||The Upload API allows users the ability to add a new file to the Box platform. The user can upload a file by specifying the destination folder for the file. The API uses the multipart post method to...||Content||09.07.2017|
||This Webhooks service are triggers that you can attach to Box files and folders to notify you when those objects are accessed. The Box API provides access to a set of secure content management...||File Sharing||08.22.2017|
||Box Content API allows developers to integrate content management features into their applications, enabling their users to use them directly from the applications. This API is RESTful.||Data||03.30.2015|
||Box is a cloud based storage company that enables users to access and share their content from anywhere. The Box platform provides users storage to utilize for their applications. The Box...||Metadata||05.28.2014|
Applications have not historically been designed to leverage third party cloud services. With the rise of cloud platforms has come new ways of managing and deploying applications in the cloud. The floodgates are open, and services are emerging to complement the capabilities of these cloud platforms.
ProgrammableWeb last checked in on Box's OneCloud platform last summer. Since then, Box has enjoyed nothing but success, and Box has announced that OneCloud has now surpassed the 1,000 mark for apps that integrate with the OneCloud ecosystem. With the announcement, Box reiterated the simple, straightforward goal it proclaimed with the OneCloud launch in 2012: "In March of 2012, we launched OneCloud with a simple, yet ambitious purpose: to redefine the way enterprises worked on mobile."