Today we've launched the new Rdio developer site! The goals of the new developer site are:
With this change, we've moved the developer site to www.rdio.com/developers/. For now the existing developer site, developer.rdio.com, will remain where it is with notices directing you to the new site. In the coming weeks we will retire the existing content and start redirecting to the new site.
Maintaining the documentation on the old site was just enough of a challenge that we didn't get around to it as much as we'd like. The new system is much better integrated with our workflow, and a pleasure to use. Easier updates for us means better documentation for you!
The previous API Gallery was sorely outdated. With the new developer site, we've refreshed it with a new list of applications. We'll be working to keep the gallery updated so you can discover fun and interesting applications.
You'll still need to visit Mashery to create and manage your applications; we've only migrated the documentation and API Gallery.
With our improved developer site, we have the flexibility to improve it more rapidly. We've got a bunch of ideas, but we'd love to hear yours! Send us an email with your feedback and suggestions.
We're happy to announce an update to the iOS SDK!
Here are the changes:
-updateQueue:withCurrentTrackIndex:race condition. All queue manipulation methods are now serialized properly so that the required network requests don't create undesirable states.
The latest release is available at http://www.rdio.com/media/static/developer/ios/rdio-ios.tar.gz
With this release, we've also improved the iOS SDK documentation. The documentation now mentions the version number and release date of the most recent release. Visit the iOS SDK documentation and check it out.
The Rdio API team is coming to a city near you this fall, here's our schedule: