Today we’re announcing a preview version of the new PlayFab Game Manager. We’ve been working hard on this for several months, and it’s by far it’s the most biggest and most visible update to PlayFab yet. Please visit https://n2.playfab.com to check it out - you won’t want to go back. There are too many new features to include in this one blog post - we will be mentioning them in separate blog posts in coming days and weeks - but here’s a brief list:
The PlayFab developer community has been busy creating cool little projects that make PlayFab easier to use. In this blog post we want to share some of these with you, in hopes that you’ll find some of these useful as well. SDK’s We purposely shared our SDK generator via GitHub in hopes that developers would use it to create new SDK’s for their favorite languages or platforms…. and sure enough, we’ve had two!
We are pleased to announce that we now offer a complete Postman collection for use in testing and learning the PlayFab APIs. This collection is auto-generated each time we build our SDKs, so you will always find the most up-to-date collection here. The most direct way to interact with and learn the PlayFab service is by calling our RESTful Web API methods directly. In fact, our various SDKs themselves call the Web APIs, while also providing JSON and HTTP handling, for convenience.