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When we announced the Ionic Platform beta in March of this year, we informed the Ionic Platform userbase that we would be shutting down a number of our alpha services in order to transition to the much more robust beta platform that would soon become our production release mid-2016. We also released a beta migration guide that walked through the process of moving to our new APIs.

This is a final reminder that today, June 24th, 2016, we will be shutting down a number of alpha Ionic Platform services and any apps that have not yet transitioned will no longer function properly. For some services, the transition process is as simple as hitting a new endpoint with a new API token, for others there is a little more work involved but many of the features are the same if not greatly improved with the new services. Note: Analytics is not part of this shut down and we will have more information about that product shortly.

We made the tough decision to deprecate a number of old APIs to enable a much more scalable and powerful offering, and we’re excited to show you what’s coming next. Thank you for your understanding as we move forward.

  • aluknot

    what about v2 support?

    • Nicolas Molina

      +1