Folder provides a simple and efficient approach to organize files. Along with file management, Google Drive provides an option to create folders. Unlike traditional folder system, with Google Drive you can store one file under multiple folders. In the previous article, we have already seen how to work with files. This article will help you understand the basics of Folder API.
A file is an efficient option to organize related data. With the nature of today’s industry, it becomes necessary to make these files available anytime, anywhere. With Google drive, one can easily share files with others. Unlike past, wherein a separate hardware like an external drive, USB pen drive, Compact Disk etc., was required to transport data. On contrary, web-hosted storage solutions like Google Drive provide lot more convenience. Because File storage is its fundamental feature, it also provides options to secure it from an unauthorized access.
When it comes to storing media files, documents etc. the most convenient option is to rely on Cloud storage solutions. Google Drive, Dropbox, AWS S3, Box etc. offer user-friendly interfaces to interact with storage solutions. Access from anywhere, anytime, without a need of carrying any device, feels way more efficient. With the similar requirement, I was working on a project which is using Google Drive as a storage solution.