With the release of a new version, a deprecated version is given a sunset date, after which that version will no longer be available. Our client libraries support all available versions of all services.
- Deprecated indicates that the version of the API will continue to function as expected, but may not be updated with new features or bug fixes.
- Sunsetted indicates that the version of the API is removed and is no longer available.
The table below lists the specific deprecation and sunset dates for each available version, with links to the version announcement blog posts. We encourage you to migrate to the newest version as soon as feasible after its release.
|API version||Release date||Deprecation date||Sunset date|
|v4.3||28 Nov 2018|
|v4.2||29 Aug 2018|
|v4.1||10 Apr 2018|
|v4.0||10 Oct 2017|
|v3.3||26 Apr 2017||10 Mar 2018||10 May 2018|
|v3.2||10 Jan 2017||10 Mar 2018||10 May 2018|
|v3.1||26 Sept 2016||10 Mar 2018||10 May 2018|
|v3||5 May 2016||10 Mar 2018||10 May 2018|
|v2||15 December 2015||5 December 2016||5 January 2017|
|v1||15 October 2015||1 May 2016||1 June 2016|