For more information on the Kuler APIs and guidelines for usage and application naming, see the Kuler
Update (5/30/13): We're working to rebuild the Kuler API to offer more robust capababilities. Until then, we're no longer issuing new API keys. If you already have a key and are using the API, your service will not be interupted (your key will continue to work).
I have an existing key and am using the API, but the service isn't working.
For example, this call https://kuler.adobe.com/kuler/API/rss/get.cfm?listType=popular&itemsPe rPage=3&key=mykey returns
Can you turn on the old api service while you're working on the new one?
Also, API resonses appear to have Adobe-internal URLs, for example when calling https://kuler-api.adobe.com/rss/search.cfm?searchQuery=blue:
Please use http://kuler-api.adobe.com/rss/get.cfm?listType=popular&itemsPerPage=3&key=mykey
For details, see https://learn.adobe.com/wiki/display/kulerdev/B.%20Feeds
Thanks & Regards,
Neha, thanks for your response.
However there are two issues that I don't think have been addressed that make the old API unusable:
1) URLs in the RSS feeds are not publicly accessible links. For example:
2) There are application errors on the thumbnail URLs. For example:
yields: "error on line 1 at column 1: Document is empty"
It looks like they've been updated, however they still. don't. work.
Adobe, you've deprecated your old API, claiming it's still available for developers with keys. The problem is it's not functional.
It really frustrates me that Adobe would offer this tool and then not offer API keys, even to those of us who are paying for the Creative Cloud, with which it is offered as a part of, with no proper discretion as to the fact that it is not currently what it is advertised to be and that Adobe has no plans to change that. I love the tool but seriously, get this thing coming! Don't shut us out.