Client library for the Dropbox API
npm install dropbox
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|Version||0.10.2 last updated 5 months ago|
|Keywords||dropbox, filesystem, storage|
|Dependents (12)||ares-ide, bip-pod-dropbox, cloudcmd, dp, drop-auth, dropbox-cache, dropboxdb, edy, filefog, hubot-dropbox-notifier, mylocker, ss-to-db|
Client Library for the Dropbox API
- node.js 0.6, 0.8 and 0.10
- Chrome 28
- Firefox 22
- Internet Explorer 9 and 10
- Chrome extensions in the Chrome browser mentioned above
- Chrome packaged apps in the Chrome browser mentioned above
- Cordova 3.1.0
Keep in mind that the versions above are not hard requirements.
Installation and Usage
The getting started guide will help you get your first dropbox.js application up and running.
The dropbox.js API reference can be a good place to bookmark while building your application.
This project mostly follows semantic versioning.
Until the library reaches version 1.0, changes to the public API will always carry a minor version bump, such as going from 0.7.2 to 0.8.0. Patch releases (e.g. 0.8.0 -> 0.8.1) may introduce new features that don't break the public API.
The development guide will make your life easier if you need to change the source code.
This library is written in CoffeeScript. These notes can help you understand if that matters to you.
This lists the most serious problems that you might run into while using
the GitHub issue list for a
full list of outstanding problems.
Internet Explorer 9
The library only works when used from
https:// pages, due to
Reading and writing binary files is unsupported.
At the moment, there are no plans for fixing these issues.
Copyright and License
The library is Copyright (c) 2012 Dropbox Inc., and distributed under the MIT License.