Free JSON object storage!
After 2 days of hard work, and a minor change in the front page, I’m pleased to announce one of my new projects – the Sloppy Tools portal, which implements the free JSON object storage!
This portal is meant to help fellow developers with their tasks and mostly the new developers, who don’t have the resources to pay for everything that they need to experiment with.
Currently the portal contains only a single tool, but I will be adding a new one every week. I would also like to ask for your feedback and suggestions for new tools that will help you speed up your development process. I don’t have limitless resources, but I will do my best and try to implement all of your requests.
Now about the portal itself.
You need to complete a simple signup process. It takes less than a minute, as the form is really simple. I need this in order to manage the user accounts and enabled services in a more efficient way. Also, it will be easier to send any future notifications related to your services and their usage.
The first tool I implemented is something that was unavailable when I started coding and my life would be much easier with it. I am talking about a free JSON object storage service.
A free JSON object storage service that can be used to mock any data, a server response, or simply as information storage essential for an application. Having such a service back in the days would be simply perfect, as I could receive this data and parse it at the right moment.
The usage is straight forward. The communication with this free JSON object storage is happening trough an HTTP API. Currently, I’m supporting a few calls, but you can always request new ones and they will be implemented shortly.
All API parameters are described in the Sloppy Tools portal.
The only mandatory data that should be appended to the request headers is the generated access token. Here is a screenshot of a request made with postman.
A brief overview of the portal page.
All API requests are served over HTTPS.
The portal is powered by Amazon web services and MongoDB Atlas.