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* <code>content:http://msx.benzac.de/info/data/guide/videos.json</code> → <code>http://msx.benzac.de/info/data/guide/videos.json?v=0.1.128&t=1612867695816</code>.
 
* <code>content:http://msx.benzac.de/info/data/guide/videos.json</code> → <code>http://msx.benzac.de/info/data/guide/videos.json?v=0.1.128&t=1612867695816</code>.
  
Since version '''0.1.128''', it is also possible to replace specific keywords inside a JSON URL with the corresponding values. Following keywords are available.  
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Since version '''0.1.128''', it is also possible to replace specific keywords inside a JSON URL with the corresponding values. Please see following available keywords.
  
 
<code>{HOST}</code>, <code>{SECURE}</code>, <code>{CLIENT}</code>, <code>{PLATFORM}</code>, <code>{PLAYER}</code>, <code>{WIDTH}</code>, <code>{HEIGHT}</code>.  
 
<code>{HOST}</code>, <code>{SECURE}</code>, <code>{CLIENT}</code>, <code>{PLATFORM}</code>, <code>{PLAYER}</code>, <code>{WIDTH}</code>, <code>{HEIGHT}</code>.  

Latest revision as of 13:17, 9 February 2021

If JSON files are requested from a server, a version parameter v (which indicates the current Media Station X version) and a timestamp parameter t (which indicates the current timestamp) are automatically appended. Please see following action examples and the corresponding HTTP requests.

Since version 0.1.128, it is also possible to replace specific keywords inside a JSON URL with the corresponding values. Please see following available keywords.

{HOST}, {SECURE}, {CLIENT}, {PLATFORM}, {PLAYER}, {WIDTH}, {HEIGHT}.

Please see following action examples and the corresponding HTTP requests.