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Despite recent partnerships with Dropbox, Box and other cloud storage solutions, Microsoft isn’t giving up on OneDrive: the company is today launching a new API for the platform.
The new tool lets developers integrate OneDrive right into their apps; the API supports Windows, iOS, Android and the Web. It also brings some new features, such as:
- Allow apps to retrieve new changes to files and folders with minimal sync calls
- Resume uploads of files up to 10GB
- Customizable file thumbnail images for better design integration
Previously, developers had to use the Live SDK in order to integrate OneDrive into their apps; though that will still work, Microsoft is encouraging devs to shift towards the new API because of its new features.
Interested developers can check out the new API at Microsoft’s hub.
➤ The new OneDrive API [OneDrive]
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