Since all the data for A gigantic pub crawl is held in Efx cache, we can look at it from anywhere that has a client SDK or can make an HTTP request. Let’s start by using the JSON editor of the efx console.
We need to get an access key – The demo has automatically generated some which are in the script property store. I’m just going to use the updater key for reading.
And then I can read the item.
In the response section you’ll see an interactive tree version of the response, which is probably going to be handier to move around than the JSON editor.
You’ll also see see this, which can be used to retrieve the data from anything that can read http – including a browser. Just copy and paste.
You can read the api documentation for efx here
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