Low Profile Shots

When creating or updating a shot, can now optionally specify whether the shot is Low Profile by specifying true for the shot’s low_profile attribute.

Animated Attribute Added to Shots

Shots now include animated attribute. This will indicate whether or not the highest resolution image is animated. Smaller image sizes are still frames of the original animation.

Determine if User Can Upload a Shot

User and team resources now include a can_upload_shot attribute that indicates if they can currently upload shot or not. While we currently limit users to 48 shots per month and five per day you can check this attribute without the need to know the limits.

Received Counts for Users

User and team resources now include comments_received_count, likes_received_count, and rebounds_received_count attributes.

Team Members

The team members endpoint allows you to retrieve the members on a team. As a result members_count and members_url attributes are present on a team resource.

Bucket, Project, and Team Counts

User and team resources now include buckets_count and projects_count attributes. And user resources include a teams_count attribute.

Team Shots

The team shots endpoint allows you to retrieve all the shots by the team and team members. As a result a team_shots_url attribute is present on a team resource.

Attachment Content Type

Attachments now include a content_type attribute, so there’s no need to parse the extension of the url or perform a HEAD request to determine it. If you’re showing attachment previews it should be much easier to do so now.

Bucket Endpoints

Access to and manipulation of buckets, an often requested feature, are now available. You can retrieve and manipulate individual buckets and shots in buckets. As well as retrieve buckets for a shot or for a user.

Following and Like Payloads

The followers and following endpoints no longer simply return a user. It now returns id and created_at attributes with the user nested in it. Depending on the endpoint the user will be under the followee or follower attribute. See the followers documentation for updated examples.

The like endpoints were also previously changed to include id and created_at attributes, with the liking user or liked shot nested.

Comment Mentions

Username mentions are now supported in comments. Nothing has changed with the comment creation endpoint though. Any uses of @username in a comment will now automatically be parsed and linked, if the username is valid of course.

Introducing the Attachments API

We’ve added new endpoints for attachments. Listing attachments or retrieving a single attachment are available for any scope. Creating or deleting attachments requires the upload scope.

Creating an attachment is also our first asynchronous endpoint, due to the processing required. Creating shots will behave similarly when added.

Read the full documentation to get started.