August 28th, 2009 | Published in Google Code
You filed features...we listened!
Today, we're pleased to announce Version 3.0 of the Documents List Data API, which includes PDF upload/download (the most requested feature on our issue tracker). V3 also introduces a slew of new features, such as folder sharing, domain and group level ACLs, document revision history, and feed URIs that are more user friendly and RESTful. For example:
Fetch ACLs: GET /feeds/default/private/full/<resource_id>/acl
Fetch revision history: GET /feeds/default/private/full/<resource_id>/revisions
Fetch folder contents: GET /feeds/default/private/full/<folder_resource_id>/contents
We've also made improvements to the API's latency and stability -- a major request by users over the past several months. We're hoping this latest version will allow developers to create even better and more interesting integrations with "The Cloud".
For the full list of features and deprecations, check out the documentation and API release notes. If you're a Java developer, there's an updated Java Developer's Guide and sample app . A new version of the Objective-C library is also available. Look for updates to the other client libraries and developer guides in the coming weeks. If you have questions, please visit us in our new developer forum.