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Using a standalone js/jquery file to handle the data returned from Sendy API
  • Vote Up0Vote Down jrmjrm
    Posts: 2Sendy user

    I use Sendy API subscription forms for new sign ups and to allow users to update settings on several different Sendy installations (different websites). I would like to be able to direct multiple ajax form handlers to a single js file that manages (just) the Sendy API data response. Reason being: I have to edit many js files when new Sendy updates change the API response. If I could change just one file that would be a major bonus. Is there anyone in the community that has done something like this and can share their solution? Perhaps a jQuery solution such as getScript would work for this...I just thought that I'd borrow the knowledge if it already existed around here. Thanks!!