Using the application
To use this application, you will have to make HTTP requests to the API that this application opens up.
By default, your application will be online at port
9000 and available at localhost:9000 (opens in a new tab)
To authenticate yourself, and get access to the files you've allowed access to remotely, you'll need to provide the authorization header:
API_KEY, never share this sensitive information - it should be threated as a password
Any request without this specific authorization header will only be able to check if the application is online or not, but not see any file contents
:name is the
NAME you provided in your configuration. This is true for all subsequent routes.
Status endpoint, publicly available
Options endpoints, displays all available routes (not methods) according to your configuration
Get file contents
Get compressed folder/directory zip contents in response body
Get all JSON data from directory
Get JSON data belonging to identifier.
identifier parameter is dynamic, and will ultimately resolve in the path:
<DIRECTORY>/<identifier>.json - this is true for all subsequent routes
Delete JSON data belonging to identifier
Save the request body as the full, new content/data for specified JSON entry
Apply request body key-value pairs to JSON entry individually