May 15th: XML-RPC API Blackout
May 7, 2013 | Eamonn PascalLast year we released an alpha version of our REST API to replace our XML-RPC API. After a solid two years of development and testing, the new REST API is ready for prime time. Although most of our customers have switched, there are a few that haven't. To help you test and understand the impact of the XML-RPC retirement, we're performing an XML-RPC API Blackout on Wednesday, May 15th. That day, all responses will return a
HTTP 410 (Gone). As a reminder, the entire XML-RPC API will be disabled on June 15th, without exception. Of course, we're happy to help migrate you to the new API. Just file a ticket with support, and they'll escalate you to a software engineer. The full API documentation is available at https://developer.netdna.com/api/docs, and bugs/suggestions are welcome on github.