app_id parameter will now be returned when querying app canvases, and can optionally be included when creating canvases. The parameter will be required when creating canvases on June 21st.
The Analyses APIs have been promoted from alpha to beta stability. This includes changes to a number of endpoints, as well as behavior changes to existing endpoints. Expand for more details.
The Batches API is now marked deprecated, and will be fully sunset on October 9th 2023
Python version 3.7 is approaching end of life on June 27th 2023. Future versions of the Benchling SDK released after that date will no longer support Python 3.7
Version 1.6.0 of the Benchling SDK includes some minor fixes related to
AsyncTask deserialization and Lab Automation models.
The specification for the
POST /transfers endpoint is being updated to denote that the
sourceConcentration field is a Measurement, not just a generic object. There’s no change in functionality for this endpoint, however the name of the corresponding SDK parameter will change from
Measurement. This change will be going live on September 25th 2023.
Containers in Benchling are being updated to support access restrictions and ownership. This information will be visible via the Containers API, and may impact integration access to containers and samples.
The ability to pre-populate structured tables when creating a notebook entry from a template (i.e. “seeding data”) is being supported in the stable version of the “Create a notebook entry” endpoint. The corresponding beta endpoint is now deprecated, and will be sunset on March 28th 2023.
App canvas creation now lists
resourceId as a required field when creating a new canvas.
App canvas initialization for apps with an
ASSAY_RUN canvas feature responding to webhooks will no longer receive a
canvasId as part of the payload.