Mediahawk Deprecation policy

By using Mediahawk’s API, you acknowledge that Mediahawk reserves the right to amend, change or deprecate the API at any time without liability to Customer.

Deprecation Policy. 

  1. Mediahawk will announce if it intends to discontinue or make backwards incompatible changes to the API. Mediahawk will use reasonable efforts to continue to operate and support those API versions and features in use at the time of notification for at least six months, unless (as Mediahawk determines in its reasonable judgment):

  2. (i) required by law or third-party relationship (including if there is a change in applicable law or relationship), or
     (ii) doing so could create a security risk or substantial economic or material technical burden.

Any versions, features, or functionality of the API labelled “Early Access”, “Alpha”, or “Beta” are excluded from this Deprecation Policy.

Deprecation should be interpreted as a fair warning that the version will soon be turned off. Developers will actively be encouraged to upgrade their code at that point. 

Sunset means that the version is no longer available, and the API version will cease to work.

To be notified about upcoming changes to the API, Deprecation or Sunset notifications, join the API notification group HERE

The current schedule is deprecation / sunset takes effect on the last weekday of:

API Version

Release Date

Deprecation

Sunset

v2.0

04/10/2019

Current  Version

Current Version

v1.10

13/08/2019

October 2019

April 2020

v1.9

11/02/2019

October 2019

April 2020

v1.8

11/07/2017

October 2019

April 2020

v1.7

17/05/2016

October 2019

April 2020

v1.6

22/03/2016

October 2019

April 2020

v1.5

22/03/2016

October 2019

April 2020

v1.4

29/09/2015

October 2019

April 2020

v1.3

17/09/2015

October 2019

April 2020

v1.2

17/09/2015

October 2019

April 2020

v1.1

29/04/2015

October 2019

April 2020

v1.0

26/03/2015

October 2019

April 2020