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Everlike

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Hello,
for quite a while now, Iam looking forward to manage or at least show “databases” (stored arrays of objects) in a webinterface so it’s easier for me to see some data more clear. Unfortunately nobody could really explain me how to do so and I also couldn’t figure it out by myself.
All I want to do is send data from the webpage to the script, and request data of the script from the webpage.

Here is what I want to do in code, I hope its a bit more clear and maybe you can help me out
JavaScript:
registerPlugin({
    name: 'script <-> webpage communicator',
    version: '0.0.1',
    description: 'Script, trying to communicate with a webpage.',
    author: 'Everlike <[email protected]>',
    enableWeb: true,
    requiredModules: ["http"],
    vars: [
    
    ]
},  function (sinusbot, config) {
  
    var engine = require ('engine');
    var backend = require ('backend');
    var event = require ('event');
    var store = require ('store');
    var http = require ('http');
    
    
    event.on('api:caseOne', ev => {
        engine.log(/*received data from .html file in this case "Aloah"*/);
        });

    event.on('api:caseTwo', ev => {
        var infoTheWebpageWant = "Hey Website, its me, the script";
        //send "Hey Website, its me, the script" to the .html file when requested
        });
    
    });
HTML:
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>A Page to communicate with a sinusbot script!</title>
</head>
<body>
<b>Click the following button to send a variable to the script<b>
 <button onclick="sendDataToScript()">Click me</button>
 
 <br>
 
<b>Click the following button to request some data from the script<b>
 <button onclick="requestDataFromScript()">Click me</button>
 <br>



<script>
function sendDataToScript() {
var word = "aloah";
//send the variable "word" to the script. communicate with script event: "api:caseOne"
};

function requestDataFromScript() {
var someInfo;
//reqest a var(string) from the script and save it to the "someInfo" variable on the website by communicating with the "api:caseTwo" event.
}
</script>

</body>
</html>
Am I on the right track?
If someone has the time to explain this to me, I would be excessively happy!

Greetings Everlike
 
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Edited the post, added some code snippets, may this helps, helping me out.
 

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I wrote this at 2 AM and did not test it, may contain bugs.
I'm really tired tbh D:

SinusBot Script:
JavaScript:
// see https://sinusbot.github.io/scripting-docs/#eventeventapieventname
event.on('api:caseOne', ev => {
    // see https://sinusbot.github.io/scripting-docs/#apievent
    engine.log(ev.data().foo);
});

// this is the short form of: ev => {return {something: '...'}}
event.on('api:caseTwo', ev => ({
    something: 'Hello browser, how are you doing?'
}));
JavaScript on the web-page (requires jQuery, but you can very easily rewrite it to work without it using fetch), assuming you're logged in and the webpage is included with the script
JavaScript:
function sendDataToScript(instanceID) {
    $.ajax({
        url: '/api/v1/bot/i/' + instanceID + '/event/caseOne',
        method: 'POST',
        headers: {
            'Content-Type': 'application/json',
            'Authorization': 'bearer ' + window.localStorage.token
        },
        data: JSON.stringify({"foo": "bar"})
    });
}

function requestDataFromScript(instanceID) {
    $.ajax({
        url: '/api/v1/bot/i/' + instanceID + '/event/caseTwo',
        method: 'POST',
        headers: {
            'Content-Type': 'application/json',
            'Authorization': 'bearer ' + window.localStorage.token
        },
        data: '{}'
    }).done(function (data) {
        if (!data || data.length == 0) {
            // no data received
            return
        }
        
        // data is an array of responses
        console.log(data[0].something)
    });
}
 

Everlike

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Thank you very very much @irgendwr!
I´ll try to understand it, but this helped me a lot to understand the process of communicating between the sinusbot script and the webpage!
Huge Thanks!
❤😻
 
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