right, lemme try it tomorrow and send only the TeamName ingredient as below. When I get mms, it is generally less than 63, but some are more… Maybe I just need to develop a webhook for scores instead. Do you happen to know of a good example of someone parsing JSON webhook? I searched and cannot find one here. Meanwhile, I can just try XML.
@ScruffR, there is actually a new webhook feature that @Dave very recently deployed a new JSON parsing webhook capability. So if the webhook normally returns a large JSON payload, you can specify a parsing filter in the webhook to only return specific data. The parse is based on Mustache. For example, a 7 day forecast from openweather.json normally returns a 2K payload which would have to be parsed on the Core. With the new capability, you can get the temperature for all 7 days (and some other data) in less than 200 bytes! So the Cloud does all the p arsing work!
great!! I’ve been using XML parsing because for me, it is easier to code (without having to do a lot of work on a library). Having the access to “Cloud-based Spark JSON parsing” is huge. The JSON returns I see from ESPN and other sports score info services are very lengthly and have many levels of data.