- Nov 18 2011
Starting at 10:30 am EST (about an hour from now), all API methods that modify data will be unavailable. You will receive a 105: Service currently unavailable error. Everything should be back up and running by 11:30 am EST. All read methods will remain available during this time. We apologize for the inconvienience.
- Nov 11 2011
NYC BigApps 3.0 Competition
We’re happy to announce our participation in NYC BigApps 3.0. The competition, which offers $50,000 in cash and other prizes, is open to software developers who create the best new apps that utilize NYC Open Data to help NYC residents, visitors, and businesses.
If you’d like to participate, check out the rules for the competition.
If you’re curious about the other APIs participating in the competition, check out the list here.
Have fun and make something cool with our API! (and let us know if you do)
- Aug 5 2011
To make way for some internal improvements, we will be deprecating the following methods in the Advanced API:
and the following in the Simple API:
These methods will no longer work after September 30, 2011. There are no direct replacements for these methods, but we encourage you to use the subscription methods instead (vimeo.videos.getSubscriptions in the Advanced API or user/subscriptions in the Simple API).
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
- Mar 25 2011
Player API Updates
We’re happy to announce that we just released a whole bunch of updates for our Player APIs! Here’s a list of what changed:
New version of the API! We’ve added a bunch of new methods that you’ve been asking for, and added some extra information to things that were already there.
Totally rewritten API Documentation! Our player has changed a lot in the past few months, and unfortunately our documentation had not. This time, we wrote the documentation as we were retooling the API, so it should be completely accurate.
New version of Froogaloop! Froogaloop has been updated to be compatible with the new version of the API. We also changed the way it works (a lot like jQuery) to make it a lot easier to use. The example page has also been improved a lot (thanks to Joe!) and now includes every API method.
Be sure to check out the updated documentation and our new API Playground page. As always, let us know if you run into any trouble, have any ideas to improve the API further, or notice anything inaccurate in the documentation.
- Aug 17 2010
Today we announced the availability of our new Universal Player which allows just about any device to view a Vimeo video embedded on any blog. To achieve this, we used the iframe HTML element. While iframes are great for allowing you to host external content on a different site, they also come with a huge set of browser limitations in terms of security.