Tag Archives: RESTful API

TibiaData API v3 beta delayed

I earlier announced that the v3 beta is supposed to be up and running by now, but there are some issues that need to be addressed first, until you can start testing it.

I’ve received a couple of emails after asking for interest in testing, which is really great! You will get a notification as soon as it’s available 🙂

Best regards,
Tobias


Minor changes in TibiaData API

There have been a minor change to the TibiaData API regarding the highscores views.

Bug-fixes

  • Highscores view
    • you do also see what filters where applied when doing the request
    • support for pagination where removed and you get a redirect to full entries list
    • listing all worlds encountered a small issue, which is fixed now

Credits to Murilo Ricci and who sent the report of the bug in the API.
Keep the reports coming and feel free to suggest new features too!

Regards,
Tobias


Minor changes in TibiaData API

There have been a minor change to the TibiaData API regarding the highscores views.

Bug-fixes

  • Highscores view
    • tibia.com does return more items and you can filter with more possibilities now
    • some values have been renamed like type to category

There might be some more changes coming with Summer 2020 update, that I will fix as soon as possible. 🙂

Keep the reports coming and feel free to suggest new features too!

Regards,
Tobias


TibiaData API v3 beta

I can announce that TibiaData API version 3 is ready for testing from 24th of July.

There are a lot of changes coming with the newest version and we are very happy to get it out to you soon. Release is scheduled to end of this summer!

The documentation page will soon be updated with new details as well, so stay tuned!

Are you interested in testing our new version of TibiaData? The please drop an email to tobias@tibiadata.com.

UPDATE: some endpoints are not correct yet.. I’m working on them and will post a new update.

Best regards,
Tobias


Minor changes in TibiaData API

There have been a minor change to the TibiaData API regarding the guilds, houses and news views.

Bug-fixes

  • Guilds, Houses and News view
    • images are now served directly from static.tibia.com, instead from TibiaData servers

Credits to Moises Huesca who sent the report of the bug in the API.
Keep the reports coming and feel free to suggest new features too!

Regards,
Tobias


Minor changes in TibiaData API

There have been a minor change to the TibiaData API regarding the worlds views.

Bug-fixes

  • Worlds view
    • worlds with records or ongoing 999+ players have been displayed wrong.

Credits to Jakub Kulpa and who sent the report of the bug in the API.
Keep the reports coming and feel free to suggest new features too!

Regards,
Tobias


Minor changes in TibiaData API

There have been a minor change to the whole TibiaData API regarding CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing).

This means, that you now can run requests with for example ajax towards the API right from your website.

The allowed HTTP methods are GET and OPTIONS.

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a mechanism that uses additional HTTP headers to tell browsers to give a web application running at one origin, access to selected resources from a different origin. A web application executes a cross-origin HTTP request when it requests a resource that has a different origin (domain, protocol, or port) from its own.

Source: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/CORS

Credits to a lot of you, who have requested this feature in the API.
Keep the reports coming and feel free to suggest even more new features!

Regards,
Tobias


Happy New Year

We have slightly have changed plans from last year about new services and will focus at some other areas.

Our first goal for 2020 is to rewrite our API in another language (switching from php to golang).

Secondly we will go probably add some premium edition of out API, so that we can deliver a even better service in terms of faster processing of data and to be able to add more accurate data as it is today. We are not exactly there in how it will be, but stay tuned on that one!

And last but not least, we will look into doing it open-source soon, so that you then could contribute to our project or run the code on your own Kubernetes setup.

There will be some limitations when hosting it yourself, but more on that at another time.

I think we will leave it by this by now and go celebrate with your friends and we’ll keep you updated.

And if you got some questions as to the above or so, get in touch with me and I’m happy to answer it all!

Best regards,
Tobias


Merry Christmas!

This time of year is the perfect time to lay back a little.

Christmas is a time of giving, and even this year I want to give my gratitude to everyone, who has been reporting bugs over the last year.

I am grateful for all of my users that have and continue to use my API and keep me motivated to continue!

Side notes;
If you are looking for some easy hosting solution, get over to DigitalOcean, where I host my staff. Use my referral link to support me.
If you want to sponsor me, head over to buymeacoffee, or contribute on my PayPal pool towards TibiaData.

Best regards,
Tobias


Minor changes in TibiaData API

There have been a minor change to the TibiaData API regarding the houses view.

Bug-fixes

  • Houses view
    • beds have need rewritten from spelled to numeric values.

Credits to Lucas Zumpano and who sent the report of the bug in the API.
Keep the reports coming and feel free to suggest new features too!

Regards,
Tobias