Curation Services do not include list enumeration. However, when creating lists, you can store the list IDs as a Catalog Services collection, and use the Catalog Services' Browse Items API to enumerate.
Intel® Cloud Services Platform Developer FAQs - Curation Services
- How can I enumerate or search for lists that my application or users have created?
- How can I get the most recent version of a list if I don’t know the version number?
- How can I sort items on a list?
- How is the list version number generated? Can I specify the version number used?
- Should I include item metadata in each curated item, or upload to Catalog Services and use by reference?
- Does the Client SDK support Curation Services?
- Where can I find information about Curation Services APIs?
- Where do I turn on Curation Services?
- Do I need to use Catalog Services with Curation Services?
- Will data in Curation Services last forever?
- Do Catalog Services provide data for Curation Services?
- Can Catalog Services validate data?
- I registered with Intel Cloud Services Platform but don’t remember which email I joined with.
- Which platforms are supported?
- Can I embed third-party widgets such as YouTube* videos or Google* Maps into my app?
- What about technical support?
Use the “Get Items” API call rather than the “Get list items for version” call.
Curation Services do not support server-side list sorting. Your application must submit reorder requests to organize the list as desired.
The version number is automatically incremented with each update to the list. There is no mechanism to explicitly set the version number.
The recommended implementation adds items and metadata to Catalog Services and reserves fields in curated lists for user-specific data (e.g. a user’s comments about an item).
Yes, it does support these services.
Check the Curation Services REST API Reference.
See the Developer Dashboard Tutorial.
No, these are two separate services. Though these services all assist to provide customized list and experience to the end user, they can be used separately if desired.
Yes, it is the duty of the application to maintain the data in the curated lists. Intel will not remove any items.
Catalog Services stores data about objects, and Curation Services manages lists of those objects, so Curation Services depend on Catalog Services.
All validation must be done client-side before submitting; Catalog Services is schemaless and does not validate fields other than Item ID.
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This is a cloud service: it is cross platform and not device specific. You can use it to build hosted web applications or native applications running on laptops, smartphones, and tablets. The only requirement for the platform is that it has a web browser, and that it can perform HTTP requests.
Yes. Be sure to follow the terms and conditions required by the owners of those services/widgets.
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