Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating an application, part of Up and Running with Cloud Storage APIs.
Before interacting with the Dropbox API, you must create an app through the Dropbox…app console. Let's open up the console and create an app.…First, if you're not already logged into dropbox.com, do so now.…After signing in, Dropbox will show your folder.…From here we need to get to the app console.…To do that, click on the More link at the bottom of the page then select Developers.…Finally, select the Apps console from the left.…
If you have any existing applications, they'll be displayed here.…Currently I haven't created any applications, so I don't have anything in…this list. I'm now going to click Create An App.…Dropbox offers three ways of creating an app.…The first way is the Dropbox Chooser. The Dropbox chooser is a simple…application that can be dropped into an existing web application.…It offers limited interactions with the Dropbox API.…The second option is the Sync API. The Sync API allows you to work with…Dropbox as though it were a path on your local file system.…
Finally their Core applications. Core applications interact with Dropbox…
- Why use cloud storage?
- Granting access to Amazon S3 buckets
- Displaying bucket contents
- Downloading files immediately
- Creating a Dropbox application
- Finding, downloading, and uploading files
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Storage Overview
2. Accessing Amazon S3 Buckets via REST
3. Other Container-Based Services
4. Creating Dropbox Apps
5. Other App-Driven Services
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