A couple late-week updates from us. First off, we’re adding a few tweaks to the website’s nav bar and look-and-feel. The biggest changes are centered around our developer resource, which you can now find by clicking “Support” in the nav bar. We’ve made this area much easier to navigate and updated it to reflect what we’ve been doing with the SDK. We’ll continue to evolve this section to make it a one-stop shop for all our publishers’ developer needs. So if you have any suggestions, send ‘em our way!
Secondly, SDK 1.1.1 is now in Production. What we’re most excited for with this build is the alpha release of Presencebar. Currently-integrated publishers can request that Presencebar is turned on for them–though we recommend only doing so in a testing environment, as Presencebar is not yet ready for prime time.
Additionally, we’ve added support for an integration method we’re calling “simple single-sign-on.” You can read more about it here. The gist of simple single-sign-on is that it eliminates the call-backs associated with CSXML. Instead, you just provide us all the relevant information up front. This is especially useful if you’re managing multiple groups that a user may belong to, or multiple user personae. We’re really excited about it, so check out the documentation we’ve put together at the above link.
Finally, there are a whole host of other tweaks and bug fixes in this release. To see the complete list, click here.