구글+ API 종료된다고 안내메일 왔네요.
Hello Google+ Developer,
The email below contains your most recent usage of Google+ APIs. It also contains information about important, recent changes to aspects of the shutdown. These changes may help mitigate the impact of the shutdown for some developers. This is the final email that will be sent about this shutdown.
What do I need to know?
On March 7, 2019, we are shutting down the legacy Google+ APIs. This has been a progressive shutdown where calls to affected APIs began intermittently failing on January 28, 2019.
What recent changes were made to the shutdown?
Some APIs labelled "Google+" provide access to basic account information that is critical to sign-in use cases, including for many third-party apps and sites. To help mitigate the impact of the Google+ APIs shutdown on the sign-in use cases, we have created a new implementation of several people.get and people.getOpenIdConnect APIs that will only return basic fields necessary for sign-in functionality such as name and email address, if authorized by the user. The new implementation only allows an app to retrieve the profile of the signed-in user, and can return only basic profile fields necessary for user sign-in functionality.
While we still recommend that developers migrate to alternative APIs such as Google Sign-in and Google People API, for cases where developers are unable to move over before March 7, existing calls made to the legacy Google+ people.get and people.getOpenIdConnect APIs will automatically be served by this new implementation.
Likewise, requests for some OAuth scopes will no longer fail as previously communicated. In most cases scope requests such as those used for sign-in and usage not related to Google+ will no longer return an error as previously communicated. However, other scopes that authorized access to Google+ data such as Circle and Stream information will still no longer be granted. See the full outline of scope behavior here. While we strongly encourage developers to migrate to Google Sign-in, for cases where developers are unable to move over before March 7, scopes required for Google+ Sign-in will now be remapped to existing Google Sign-in (not Google+) scopes, which should allow these legacy applications to continue to use Google+ Sign-In until they can migrate.
See here for full details, including information if you would like to test your application.
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