We just updated our PHP library to 2.2.0 and further to 2.2.1 which is a minor fix with its changes added up to this changelog.
data-integrationattribute to the widget reporting its version together with the library version used.
Here is a reporting example:
$api = new Uploadcare\Api(UC_PUBLIC_KEY, UC_SECRET_KEY); $api->setFramework('Wordpress', '4.9.5'); $api->setExtension('PHPUploadcare-Wordpress', '2.6.0');
$api->getUserAgent()was deprecated and will be completely removed in the next major version. Replacement:
$api->getGroupList($options = array())method.
Introducing Video Processing. You can now optimize videos, transcode them, cut fragments, and generate thumbnails.
Here is what you can do with videos:
Since March, we've changed our file backup mechanics. On a daily basis, we used to check your backup bucket and copy all the stored files that were missing. From now on, files only go to your backup once. And that's when they get stored. In the first case, files you've deleted could reappear. Currently, deleted files won't be restored automatically. However, you can always contact us to restore stuff you accidentally deleted.
Since we're no longer listing through your buckets, the number of respective requests lowers: your backup procedure gets much faster and cost effective.
For a good while, there was a limitation on which S3 buckets could be used for backup and as custom storage with Uploadcare. We're happy to announce Uploadcare now supports all the AWS regions (including Frankfurt, Seoul, and Mumbai).
If you're interested in the details, the problem was with AWS signature version 4.
We've added Webhooks support to Uploadcare, so now you may receive real-time updates about your uploads and build more dynamic and complex applications. You can manage your webhooks via project dashboard or REST API.
The Zapier integration (that uses webhooks behind the scenes) will help you set up workflows that include Dropbox, GMail, Google Spreadsheets, Trello, and hundreds of other awesome services with a few mouse clicks and no code :).
First of all, we've removed the
to parameter from request. Now it is used for internal purpose only and is not expected to be set manually. Don't send it as it will produce incorrect results. Also, we slightly changed the purpose for the
from parameter - just think about it as a starting point for filtering results.
Secondly, we've added an ordering ability so now you can specify the way the result must be sorted. Just use the
ordering parameter in requests, like this:
curl -H "Authorization: Uploadcare.Simple demopublickey:demoprivatekey" \ "https://api.uploadcare.com/files/?ordering=-size&limit=10"
Currently, you can sort files by their
size in both directions: ascending and descending. For groups only
datetime_uploaded (ascending and descending) is allowed.
You can read more about how to use this in the documentation for each resource.
REST API copy file requests now support "file in group" URL as a
source parameter. Previously you had to know the individual file UUID or URL.
For example, now you can do this:
$ curl -X POST \ -H "Authorization: Uploadcare.Simple demopublickey:demoprivatekey" \ -d "source=https://ucarecdn.com/xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx~10/nth/5/" \ -d "store=true" \ "https://api.uploadcare.com/files/"
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