With the new Call API action/column, you can now call any API and return data directly back into your app as fast as possible. You can enable it on your dashboard under Previews. It requires a Pro plan or above.
Trigger Webhook, but you can send any payload to any endpoint. You can also use it in the data editor, and it can return data back into your app instantly. You can also delete Call API actions and columns when you don’t want them anymore
Fetch JSON, but it runs securely on our backend, so you don’t have to worry about CORS and you can add secrets/API keys securely. Results are also cached to save on cost and improve performance.
Combine it with JSON Object and Query JSON columns (under the JSON Columns preview) to up-level your JSON handling as well.
Great improvement, no doubt… it even supports POST and DELETE!!
Regarding the new Query JSON plugin (another great tool), would it be possible to rename it to Query JSONata or have some “JSONata” reference to make it different from the current Transform JSON plugin?
For novice users/developers, these 2 plugins can cause some confusion when someone needs to use a basic or advanced tool with different syntax.