Documentation Release Notes
Added a new Extensions document, Bits in Extensions Guide & Reference.
|7/12/18||Twitch API v5 Channel Feed Reference: Changed (deprecated) most endpoint responses.|
Extensions Guidelines & Policies: Added a note about which versions of Android and iOS must be supported by mobile extensions.
Extensions Reference: Added two new fields to the
Insights & Analytics: Added V2 of game analytics.
New Twitch API Reference: Updated the Get Game Analytics endpoint, to enable selection of report version and date/time range.
Chatbots & IRC Guide: Updated the information on "Connecting to Twitch IRC."
Building Extensions: In “Local Test,” added information about the new Invite Only tab, for seeing whitelisted extensions in the Extensions Manager.
New Twitch API Reference: Added three endpoints: Get User Extensions, Get User Active Extensions, Update User Installed Extensions.
Apps & Authentication: Added new scopes, for new endpoints.
Embedding Twitch: Everything: For the
Embedding Video & Clips: In
Drops Guide: In "Next: Notify the Viewer about Drops," added GUID to URLs.
Having Extensions Reviewed: Before you submit an extension for review, you now select a category under which your extension will be shown in the Extension Manager and upload an image for "discovery" purposes.
Getting Started docs:
Extensions Reference: Changes to Send Extension PubSub Message (messages can be sent globally),
New Twitch API Reference: Added pagination parameters and additional example to Get Game Analytics. Added Get Extension Analytics endpoint.
New Twitch API: Webhooks Reference: Added two webhooks (User Changed, Game Analytics).Insights & Analytics: New doc, with information on both game developer analytics and extensions developer analytics. (Replaces the Game Developer Analytics doc.)
|5/15/18||Getting Started with Extensions: In “Procedure for Non-Twitch Partners/Affiliates,” the last step of beginning the onboarding process was changed.|
New Twitch API Reference:
|5/2/18||The Extensions Guide was split into several, shorter docs. Look in the Extensions doc category.|
Embedding Video and Clips: In “Interactive Frames for Live Streams and VODs” > “Optional Parameter,” the default of the parameter
Extensions Guide: Video-component extensions were added. Broadcasters can activate up to six extensions at a time: 3 panel, 1 video overlay (full screen), and 2 video component (smaller). 5/2 update: Now that the Extensions Guide has been split up, this information is in Required Technical Background for Extensions.
Extensions Reference: Info was added about video-component extensions (new JS Helper function,
Embedding Video and Clips: In “Events Emitted by and Defined by the Player,” a new
Apps & Authentication Guide: See new wording in “Validating Requests.”
Embedding Video and Clips: In “Interactive Frames for Live Streams and VODs” > “Events Emitted by and Defined by the Player,” a new
Extensions Guide: In “Appendix B: Guidelines and Practices,” the policy for audio was revised: “Extensions can include audio only if they include controls which allow viewers to adjust the volume, and by default, these controls are set to off/muted.” 5/2 update: Now that the Extensions Guide is split up, this information is in Extensions Guidelines & Policies.
Extensions Reference: Changes related to the introduction of dynamic anchors. Search for “anchor” in the doc.