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@Zoomit

You can use your dev key but give a warning when someone uses your plugin to get their own key. I did the same for my WP plugin

I also made a small video how to get an valid API key for the youtube V3 api. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJSkp719HeE

You can use that or embed in your admin panel

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Yup, key is needed and the v3 cannot work without it

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I made a small video how to get an valid API key for the youtube V3 api. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJSkp719HeE

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I don’t get it that Envato is not replying on this topic. A lot of apps on codecanyon and other marketplaces will not proper function anymore, so a lot of refunds by customers will follow.

Best way is to act like the facebook update. Add v3 in the tags of the app if not make a soft rejection on the existing apps.

Just my two cents :-) but if no one wants to read this it is fine by me.

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It is. For me had to go from from xml to json and a lot of functions are still not working in the V3 API so I had to remove them.

For the buyers is the problem to obtain an API key

You can subscribe to their API revision here https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/feeds/data-api-revision-history.xml
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Yup you are using the V2 API

Here you will find the migration guide https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/migration-guide and here some info about the V3 https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/

Also you can test your APP like this

If you would like to test your application’s reaction to the v2 API shutdown, point it to eol.gdata.youtube.com instead of gdata.youtube.com.
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I think this concerns a lot of us who are using the youtube API.

I submitted my old player with an upgrade to V3 instead of removing it so my buyers will not be empty handed.

Next week I will update my WP version.

I think Envato should make an announcement about this

Here the message from youtube
In March 2014, we announced that the v2 API would be retired on April 20, 2015, and would be shut down soon thereafter. To help you with your migration, we published the migration guide in September. Now, we’d like to provide you with more details on the v2 retirement timeline.

As of April 20, 2015, v2 API endpoints will be shut off with the following exception: We will keep the v2 versions of the comments, captions, and flagging features accessible for a grace period past the shutdown date. These features are still listed as “To be supported” in the migration guide. The grace period is designed to give you time to implement the new v3 versions of these features as they become available. In addition, the v2 API endpoint for uploading videos will also remain open during this time.

If you would like to test your application’s reaction to the v2 API shutdown, point it to eol.gdata.youtube.com instead of gdata.youtube.com.

Please migrate your app to the YouTube Data API v3 at your earliest convenience to avoid any outage.

For more information please visit: YouTube Data API v2 Turndown FAQ. <.blockquote>

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I think you have to do that by yourself. You can then grow in your skills and it will be more satisfying and help you in the future.

Good luck.

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Hai Yasharhi, Sorry to hear that the design was rejected. Why do you think that under a different account the design will be approved ?

We all had our rejects, then we improve the item till it will be accepted.

Gr. ceasar

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If you have no respond I can do it for you. I don’t want anything in return though. Let me know.

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