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milynnus Rising Star Mar 02, 2022

I built this in response user request some time ago. I am putting this up for you to try. My objective is to ascertain how the endpoint would perform with demand.

You can test using the following rule :

when a card with a name starting with ">>http{*}" is added to the board, post to url "https://r1vaz7.deta.dev/endpoint?api_key=<API Key>&token=<token>" with payload "{"card_id" : "{triggercardidlong}"}"

Please take note of a couple of points :

  1. Make sure you use **>>your url** as your card name and your URL is correct. Program does not validate your URL at this point or handle an invalid url.
  2. Use the POST Request
  3. Note that the endpoint is hosted on deta.dev using the FastAPI framework.
  4. Choice of using query parameters will not reveal your API Key and Token on their Visor which generates a output for each activation.
  5. Revoke your token when you are done testing. 

My contact form is on my profile page

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