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 ===== Particle API ===== ===== Particle API =====
  
-There is a [[https://​docs.particle.io/​reference/​firmware/​photon/#​cloud-functions|comprehensive user guide]] over on the Particle.io site, which provides ​detail ​descriptions and examples of the different built-in functions that you can use.+There is a [[https://​docs.particle.io/​reference/​firmware/​photon/#​cloud-functions|comprehensive user guide]] over on the Particle.io site, which provides ​detailed ​descriptions and examples of the different built-in functions that you can use.
  
 The following Particle Cloud Function APIs are working, whilst the remainder are not available for use (yet). Please note that there is a [[https://​community.particle.io/​t/​doing-something-wrong-with-particle-publish-subscribe/​14926/​10|known]] [[https://​community.particle.io/​t/​particle-subscribe-unique-device-id-not-returning-correct-values/​18422/​5|bug]] in the Particle.subscribe() function, where specifying a unique device ID to subscribe to has no effect. This is a bug on their side, and the current workaround is the specify the MY_DEVICES constant instead, in order to limit the subscription to just the devices you own, rather than including all public events also. The following Particle Cloud Function APIs are working, whilst the remainder are not available for use (yet). Please note that there is a [[https://​community.particle.io/​t/​doing-something-wrong-with-particle-publish-subscribe/​14926/​10|known]] [[https://​community.particle.io/​t/​particle-subscribe-unique-device-id-not-returning-correct-values/​18422/​5|bug]] in the Particle.subscribe() function, where specifying a unique device ID to subscribe to has no effect. This is a bug on their side, and the current workaround is the specify the MY_DEVICES constant instead, in order to limit the subscription to just the devices you own, rather than including all public events also.
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