I received a tweet about a month ago from @DNSimple:
New blog post: http://t.co/UZ1jSkQWyp API v0 end of life and API v1 2FA timelines— DNSimple (@dnsimple) September 22, 2014
“Well”, I thought, “that means I need to revisit DNScymbal, my app for dynamically maintaining an IP / DNS mapping in the DNSimple DNS system.”.
Tonight I dove in to see what was needed inorder to support the v1 API. As it turns out, the process was fairly straight forward for my app, DNScymbal, mostly thanks to Adam Anderly. DNScymbal uses Adam’s DNSimple.API, which is a .NET API for the DNSimple REST API. A couple of hours later, I had finished the updates and some light testing and was ready to post the updated installer package on my website.
Here are some links to the installer package for download, documentation and to GitHub where you can fork the repo and get creative on your own: