List endpoints in the platform API (for example,
GET /apps) now support ordering via the
Range header. Each list endpoint will now respond with an
Accept-Ranges header that indicates what fields it can be ordered on, and the name of one of those fields can then be used by crafting a request to that endpoint with a header like
Range: name .. See ranges in the platform API reference for more details.
Furthermore, referring to the
id field in a
Range header as
ids has been deprecated (please use the singular
id), the API no longer returns a
Prev-Range header, and ranges that include only an end bound without a start bound (e.g.
Range: id ..123) are no longer supported.