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I'm making a .NET 4.5 library to wrap around the D3 API with a caching feature and all that (I will post it on this forum once done), and i got some questions, if someone can answer me partially or completely, it would be appreciated :
A.1) Is the authentication described for WoW here : https://github.com/Blizzard/api-wow-docs the same for Diablo III ?
A.2) Would i be elligible for an auth key without exactly making an application? I would need one to be able to test the authentification system in my library, and without one, it's pretty hard to do so...
B.1) When i request an item information (via it's tooltipParams), is it counted toward my daily limit?
B.2) Actually, same thing for the artisans informations.
C.1) In any skill description, there is a skillCalcID attribute. What the hell it's supposed to do? (or am i dense?)
D.1) Is there a good place to stay up to date for changes to the API ? I got this page http://blizzard.github.com/d3-api-docs/ but it's a bit outdated for several months...
Aaand that's it. For now. I'll be back for more questions, if i have any.
Thanks for the help!
A.2) I don't know i still haven't had mine approved and i have the app already developed.
B.1) Correction: NO
B.2) Correction: NO
C.1) I think its for this: http://us.battle.net/d3/en/calculator/monk#WeXVjQ!XdW!abbYab
D.1) As far as I know this is it: http://blizzard.github.com/d3-api-docs/. Unfortunately yes it it out of date :/
Thanks to Hellparsley.
Edited by XjSv#1677 on 10/24/2012 5:33 PM PDT
Thanks for answering me! :)
Oh and after some digging, i found this thread, of which i wonder why it isn't stickied, considering it's importance :
It answer my query questions splendidly :
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