How to send POST (json file with urls) request via chrome extension to deployed FLASK APP?

my Flask app should read urls from news site (urls of articles), and analyze properties of articles (readibility indexes, html properties etc.). I have no problem with running it locally. I’m using to save urls this Chrome extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tabstore-plugin/jngplpdonggccbjlmbphlbancacmpmpp?hl=en). After clicking on button Save it -it saves all urls of open tabs to json and…

Test using an invalid JSON passed in test_request_context (Flask)

For testing purposes, is there a way to pass an invalid JSON in the test_request_context? # test_example.py from app import app from example import get_param # the method I am interested in unit testing import flask bad_json = # some bad JSON def test_get_param_aborts(app): with app.test_request_context(‘/’, data=flask.json.dumps(bad_json), content_type=’application/json’): # assert output based on a request…

Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by ERROR in php, json and mysql [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: How to fix “Headers already sent” error in PHP 11 answers This is not like other question. I tried all other way. but still not working. It works locally, but error occurs when uploaded live. <?php header(‘content-type: application/json’); include(‘lib/functions.php’); if($_SERVER[‘REQUEST_METHOD’]==”GET”) { $json = get_localtion_list(); echo json_encode($json); } What…

Sort JSON by specific value and group keys by sorted key if they have same value

I want to sort my JSON by date, and if there are multiple entries for a specific date, group all of them into the specific date. This is my JSON: [ { “id”:”3″, “time”:”20:00″, “hometeam”:”AC Milan”, “awayteam”:”Juventus”, “prediction”:”Under 2.5″, “odds”:”1.75″, “competition”:”Serie A”, “status”:”lost”, “date”:”01-11-2019″ }, { “id”:”4″, “time”:”21:00″, “hometeam”:”FCSB”, “awayteam”:”Dinamo”, “prediction”:”Draw”, “odds”:”1.12″, “competition”:”Liga 1″, “status”:””,…