{"_id":"54be8cab1bb6ed0c00af623b","user":{"_id":"5433099f9a2b451a00ad4531","username":"","name":"Ryan Braastad"},"initVersion":{"_id":"545137a814af501a00b50cfc","version":"1.0"},"tags":[],"__v":0,"project":"545137a814af501a00b50cf9","createdAt":"2015-01-20T17:13:15.175Z","changelog":[],"body":"Thanks for using the Yammer Developer Network (YDN). As the Yammer Platform grows, we recognize the importance of offering excellent support channels to our developers and partners. Today we’re organizing a better effort around that.\n\nTo improve and focus our offering we’re going to retire the YDN. The last day of the YDN will be on Sept 30, 2014.\n\nBeginning today, here is a summary of all the resources available to you as a Yammer developer:\n\n1) Documentation, examples, and announcements: Yammer Developer’s Site @ https://developer.yammer.com\n\n2) Development-related questions: StackOverflow with #yammer tag\n\n3) Yammer Development (API, SDK, etc.) Bug reports: https://developer.yammer.com/feedback/\n\n4) Paid Office 365 support channels including Yammer Premier Support: http://community.office365.com/en-us/w/yammer/default.aspx\n\n5) Misc Office 365 Technical Yammer Network: https://www.yammer.com/itpronetwork\n\nIn addition to the changes above, here is a glimpse to what is ahead on the Platform roadmap:\n\nPlanned/In-Progress:\n\na) Bug reporting (live today on our dev site – see above)\nb) Yammer .NET SDK\nc) Updated dev docs with more examples\n\nFurther Out:\n\na) API Status Dashboard\nb) Updates on Files endpoints\nc) Public-facing App Directory\n\nWe’re excited to bring newer and better channels to our awesome dev and partner community. We can’t wait to see what everyone builds next.\n\n[block:api-header]\n{\n  \"type\": \"basic\"\n}\n[/block]\nBy The Yammer Platform Team.\nPosted on September 2, 2014","slug":"ydn-changes-and-yammer-dev-updates","title":"YDN Changes And Yammer Dev Updates"}

YDN Changes And Yammer Dev Updates


Thanks for using the Yammer Developer Network (YDN). As the Yammer Platform grows, we recognize the importance of offering excellent support channels to our developers and partners. Today we’re organizing a better effort around that. To improve and focus our offering we’re going to retire the YDN. The last day of the YDN will be on Sept 30, 2014. Beginning today, here is a summary of all the resources available to you as a Yammer developer: 1) Documentation, examples, and announcements: Yammer Developer’s Site @ https://developer.yammer.com 2) Development-related questions: StackOverflow with #yammer tag 3) Yammer Development (API, SDK, etc.) Bug reports: https://developer.yammer.com/feedback/ 4) Paid Office 365 support channels including Yammer Premier Support: http://community.office365.com/en-us/w/yammer/default.aspx 5) Misc Office 365 Technical Yammer Network: https://www.yammer.com/itpronetwork In addition to the changes above, here is a glimpse to what is ahead on the Platform roadmap: Planned/In-Progress: a) Bug reporting (live today on our dev site – see above) b) Yammer .NET SDK c) Updated dev docs with more examples Further Out: a) API Status Dashboard b) Updates on Files endpoints c) Public-facing App Directory We’re excited to bring newer and better channels to our awesome dev and partner community. We can’t wait to see what everyone builds next. [block:api-header] { "type": "basic" } [/block] By The Yammer Platform Team. Posted on September 2, 2014