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Hi, can you explain to me how I can paginate when querying for documents?
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The following threw the error "TypeError: Cannot find function template in object …": var _ = require("/modules/underscore/underscore.js"); var foo = _.template("");
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I need to replicate functionality from an existing api that has a dynamic url. It grabs a device id. How can I do this with scriptr? Can I convert part of a url to params somehow?
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Hi, Do you guys have any sample scripts that we could use to get us started faster? Thx.
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I'm trying to use a script in an API.AI Fulfillment (eventually in a Google Assistant Action). The requirements for this seem fairly rigid. https://api.ai/docs/fulfillment#response The response needs to have a certain format: Headers: Content-type: a...
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Hello, From your documentation, I can see that I can use the "http" module to invoke third party APIs from my scriptr.io scripts. Does this mean that all requests are sent through http and not https? It is very important for us to use SSL to transfer...
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Hello, I am unable to turn on automatic deployment. Please advise.
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hi i have a small problem in this script you can take appointment auto in web site tlscontact but i need take appointment but without confirmation message take appointment directly // ==UserScript== // @name TLS MOZILA TALI // @namespace Violentmonke...
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I'm issuing an http GET request that returns images (PNG, JPG, GIF, etc.). How do I capture this as a binary?
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I need to determine if a script has been called again within a few seconds of the last call. I coded up a short test that saves the last timestamp in a storage.global variable (which could actually be a storage.local variable) and then compares the c...