deviantART v999We're working on deviantART v999. So far, it's a lot of prototypes, concepts and color explorations that are waiting for clarity on some technologies coming out of R&D.deviantART v9992 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
A lot of you probably wonder where the hell our mobile apps are. I do. Quick answer: They're trapped under a bigger project. It's worth the wait, but we're far overdue on release. The biggest problem has been the Message Center, whose architecture, look and feel, etc. simply doesn't port over to Mobile & Tablets. For these, we need to streamline the incredibly powerful experience of deviantART's message center, so that it can be consumed on smaller screens without having to click lots of buttons.
Activity Feeds are supposed to be the obvious solution. But at deviantART, people love their Message Centers specifically because they aren't feeds. Each item from your +watch list, or Feedback area comes in as an item. Each item must be removed from the Message Center by you. This is great because it allows us to
New Sta.sh APIsLast year, we released the deviantART and Sta.sh APIs, our first official support for third-party app integrations. Eager developers have asked for many new APIs since then, anxious to step away from page-scraping and toward officially supported integration. We're eager for that too!New Sta.sh APIs3 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
Today we are happy to announce three new Sta.sh APIs which give developers greater access to their users' Sta.shes!
The New Sta.sh APIs
Fetch Submission Media - Now developers can request the filesize, dimensions and URL for the original media associated with any Sta.sh submission.
Fetch Submission or Folder Metadata - Apps can now get all of a submission's dirty details (keywords, artist comments, thumbnail