That’s closer than I got! Thank you, but I actually need a column for each of the fields in the data element of the API response which is what my Bubble app does just now but I find bubble very slow so trying out Backendless after some recommendations.
I’m trying to get all 29 fields of the data response into their own columns.
I don’t think there will be any noticeable difference in performance here. The code will execute very quickly, and 99.9% of the execution time will be taken by a request to a third-party API in your HTTP/s block. The only difference I wanted to show is the ability to use fewer blocks without losing readability, thus reducing the number of things that you, as a developer, need to support in the future.
You can print anything that will facilitate solving the problem. I don’t quite understand what the problem is, but with the print block you can have a way for the logic you create to report it’s state (variables, service responses, etc) back to you via logging.
Okay mark, I’ll try to explain again the problem I’m having, so I’m trying to periodically fetch data from the external api and store it in a table.
I’ve tried to make codeless logic like above but no data goes to the table except the default backendless column. The External API is https://sheetdb.io/api/v1/vzbb00lwx9aot
and logs looks like this