These endpoints pertain to making REST calls to our APIs, the URL will
change from, for example Traffic...
The biggest issue for Flash developers is with crossdomain.xml.
Changing your rest endpoints now will ensure that it will continue to
work in the future. Flickr did this not too long ago, moving their
endpoint (and crossdomain.xml) to api.flickr.com
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, "Randy Troppmann"
> I am confused. What are endpoints? There is nothing at yahooapis.com.
> There are no further details on this at <http://developer.yahoo.com>.
> On 10/31/06, Dan Theurer <dan@...> wrote:
> > When we launched our first APIs for Search
> > <http://developer.yahoo.com/search> , they were all located on
> > api.search.yahoo.com. With an API offer that is growing every
> > have to separate APIs and our consumer offerings to make both
> > manage. All services that we offered on api.-property-.yahoo.com
> > available at .yahooapis.com as well. Please refer to the
> > <http://developer.yahoo.com> for details. Starting today, new APIs,
> > updates and bug fixes will only be available on the yahooapis.com
> > the mid-term we are planning to turn off the old endpoints so please
> > update your applications as soon as possible.
> > Important for Flash developers: You need to update your applications
> > with the new endpoints by December 11th because
> > will no longer support Flash calls after that date.
> > We know that this will have a big impact for some of you and we
> > apologize for that. Yahoo APIs infrastructure is still fairly new
> > want to optimize the set-up now so that we don't have to make those
> > changes in the future.
> > This only applies to the Rest APIs (Geocoder, Traffic...)
> > Dan Theurer
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]