Trust is one of the most important values that an individual places in a company when using any product, and it’s no different when it comes to software. The Google+ API breach and Facebook’s recent exposure reminds us of how data breaches not only bring about multi-billion dollar fines, but also severely jeopardize trust between … Continue reading Best Practices to Safeguard Data from Breach
In this walkthrough, we’ll use the Kloudless open-source Authenticator JS library that prompts the user to grant access to a cloud service. We will look at the set-up of a basic web server, and explore how to use the Authenticator to set up a client-side form with all the data needed to send to the … Continue reading Kloudless Walkthrough: Building with our Open-Source Authenticator JS Library
In our previous post, we announced the availability of the Kloudless Pass-through API. The Pass-through API enables your application to make API requests directly to third-party services, while still using Kloudless’s unified APIs. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to access the Office 365 PowerShell via the Kloudless REST API to perform administrative tasks … Continue reading Office 365 PowerShell queries via REST: Maximizing the Kloudless Pass-through API
Last week at the Connect(); conference in New York, Microsoft publicly unveiled the Microsoft Graph, a unified API that enables developers to tap into Microsoft's 1.2 billion users around the world. There is a lot going on in the Microsoft Graph, but we will look closely at the file storage services: OneDrive (OD), OneDrive for Business (ODB), … Continue reading How to connect with 1.2 billion Microsoft users
Introduction There are times when your application needs to keep up with changes that take place in your users’ cloud storage. Perhaps your application needs to perform an action when new files appear, or needs to update its state when files are modified/deleted. Kloudless solves this problem by making an HTTP request (a "webhook") to … Continue reading Getting Started with Kloudless Webhooks
Question: We are using Kloudless to enable efficient file uploading from the client side. The Kloudless API Key and account ID will be public from the client side. Other than setting the trusted domains, is there any way to protect it right now?— Kloudless Developer, Palo Alto CA Answer: I would definitely not include the Kloudless API Key on … Continue reading Q and A: How do we secure API requests from the client-side?
Sometimes your users might have documents that don’t fit into their current organizational scheme. They’ll have to create a new folder. Going to whatever cloud storage service of their choice, creating a new folder, and then going back to your app is certainly an option, but it’s a painful one. 🙁 Why put your users … Continue reading How to create folders using the File Explorer
Hey hey! Following an intense month of events, I got inspired by all the cool hacks at Hack(bright) for Good, companies at TechCrunch Disrupt and developers at Kloud Kantina. I thought txt.us, a WhatsApp for feature phones (find their project source code here), was especially cool, so I wanted to see if I could take the idea one … Continue reading Send Documents on Feature Phones with Twilio and Kloudless