The Filestack Python Sample Code by Filestack demonstrates how to access the API to integrate file upload features into applications. Developers can study callbacks with JSON formats that display document storage, client URL, and file upload.
Late last week Google announced the release of version 3.0 of their Google Documents List Data API. This latest release addresses several feature requests filed by developers and also aims to improve speed and stability of the API itself (our Documents List Data API Profile). The most notable detail in this release is the ability to upload and download files in PDF.
Sometimes I find myself wondering how long it will take for certain software to make the SaaS transition. It seems, thanks to companies like Saaspose, document conversion software has made the jump. With the Saaspose API developers can integrate many of the company’s features into existing web sites and applications.
BitTorrent, peer-to-peer file sharing provider, has announced an API for its increasingly popular BitTorrent Sync service. The BitTorrent Sync API is aimed at developers who desire to build apps and workflows that leverage BitTorrent Sync capabilities. Whether the app plays in social media, enterprise apps, communications, or otherwise; the API will enable decentralized syncing of data for increased privacy, security, efficiency, and less reliance on infrastructure.