Edit after many hours:
I found this incredibly helpful: https://youtu.be/u3u8pL9o-as
Anybody as un-web-savvy as I am can benefit a ton from this video.
I’m now able to click the AMI and display a version’s name!
Now onto the next, probably big, question -
Me and a lot of my coworkers work remotely even before the pandemic. What do I need to do to make an AMI available for all of them, who don’t necessarily have shotgun_api3 and flask installed, and probably don’t want to bother downloading my script? Will it ever be as simple as one click for the user?
The answer might be crystal clear to some. I’m late to the game
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I could use some explain-as-if-I’m-five…
I’m looking to try out action menu items, but I seem to be missing what’s between
Like, what exactly do I put into the “URL” field of my AMI, to make it send proper info to my localhost? Right now I have “http://localhost:5000” there. Not sure how to proceed…
(edit after an hour: I think it’s the POST request that I’m supposed to parse, not the URL? Then I’m stuck again not knowing what the POST request looks like.)
I’m pretty familiar with the Python API, so the “juicy part” of the script that actually does the job (e.g. download and package files) doesn’t intimidate me as much.
If someone could kindly explain or point me to helpful resources, I’d be very very happy!