Currently, trying to access a development server with a self-signed certificate gives a "x509: certificate signed by unknown authority" error.
Being able to use development servers that are not on localhost (e.g. example.lan), would be really helpful when it comes to testing EventSub events.
So you send a request for a subscription event
add a optional
there xs is number of seconds
You send the subscription event then x seconds later automatically send the unsubscribe that has the same parameters as the subscription.2 votes
Flags should describe defaults and ideally be listed together. Like a linux man page for instance.1 vote
The route 66 SDK for Unity and Unreal engine should have a proper way of testing the active subscriptions and events.
For example using the Twitch CLI mock-api as the server by changing the server the SDK tries to access.1 vote
I setup everything correctly on my end and tried to test the verification and the twitch-cli respons with this unhelpful error:
✗ Invalid content-type header. Received type
text/plain doesn't work, text/html doesn't work, application/json doesn't work. No Content-Type value I can think of works.
Why is there a restriction on the Content-Type that is kept an absolute mystery?1 vote
In all but the GET section, the --pretty-print option is described wrong. Looks like it was copied from the Get section from the -u option. changing the word "unformatted" to "formatted" would probably fix it.1 vote
Whether the source sub is
- anon giftsub
- prime sub
- tier 1/2
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