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Lars-Erik
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Lars-Erik on September 24, 2021
Hi, Through the years we've had varying success with using the Forms API to reproduce forms serverside in more complex CMS solutions that HubSpot CMS can do. The forms documentation explicitly says this is the way to go. (On a sidenote, a suppor read more
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Lars-Erik on September 17, 2021
The legacy API has a "property mode" to include history when fetching entities. The new API does not have property history at all. Whether the same endpoint or a new one doesn't really matter, but it's super useful to be able to fetch history.
rhenry on March 05, 2021
What’s happening? We are delighted to share that developers can now access HubSpot’s Open API Specification. Starting from the source code that powers the HubSpot application we generate public API documentation that describes our APIs usin read more
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July 13, 2021
I've built a tool to download all or a filtered set of the API specifications. Using openapi-merge and openapi-generator , the tool can also merg...read more
rhenry on March 05, 2021
What’s happening? We are delighted to share that developers can now access HubSpot’s Open API Specification. Starting from the source code that powers the HubSpot application we generate public API documentation that describes our APIs usin read more
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Contributor | Elite Partner
July 13, 2021
I've built a tool to download all or a filtered set of the API specifications. Using openapi-merge and openapi-generator , the tool can also merg...read more
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Lars-Erik on May 25, 2020
I have some weird behavior with the Forms API. It seems to decide per form whether the validation information of the email property (at least) should be included. I first thought it differed across portals, but now find that it differs between forms read more
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June 15, 2020
So after talking through this, we've idenfied e-mail fields as the most prominent feature that lacks validation metadata at the moment. An intermedia...read more
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Lars-Erik on May 25, 2020
I have some weird behavior with the Forms API. It seems to decide per form whether the validation information of the email property (at least) should be included. I first thought it differed across portals, but now find that it differs between forms read more
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Contributor | Elite Partner
June 15, 2020
So after talking through this, we've idenfied e-mail fields as the most prominent feature that lacks validation metadata at the moment. An intermedia...read more
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