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|Last commit||over 2 years ago|
|Repo Created||about 6 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||about 2 years ago|
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This simple example app uses webhooks to get notified of new Markdown files in Dropbox. It then converts all Markdown files it sees to HTML.
Read more about webhooks and this example on the Dropbox developers site.
You can try the example yourself by visiting mdwebhook.herokuapp.com.
This sample was built with Heroku in mind as a target, so the simplest way to run the sample is via
.envand fill in the values.
pip install -r requirements.txtto install the necessary modules.
foreman startor deploy to Heroku.
You can also just set the required environment variables (using
.env_sample as a guide) and run the app directly with
You can deploy directly to Heroku with the button below. First you'll need to create an API app via the App Console. Make sure your app has access to files (not just datastores), and answer
Yes - My app only needs access to files it creates to ensure your app gets created with
App folder permissions.
Once you've deployed, you can easily clone the app and make modifications:
$ heroku clone -a new-app-name ... $ vim index.js $ git add . $ git commit -m "update index.js" $ git push heroku master ...