The preset API is our solution to the problem that we did not want to ship loads of items that you are tediously deleting afterwards anyway!
So what is it actually? The Preset API is an Interface that allows you to connect SlapLab with another Service.
If you are a developer, you can check out our API documentation to see how you can implement your service into SlapLab!
What does that mean? As a user you can use an "API URL" and an "API Token" from any service that has build an API for SlapLab and access any
of their content directly from within SlapLab. You would be able to download Regulations, Rules, Toys, Positions and Actions, complete
with Name, Description, Image and even the specific Karma and Action Values!
So I can download presets? Yes! You can browse the connected service from within SlapLab and choose items from their database that you would
like to import into your SlapLab internal Database. The specific item will then be added without you having to enter any details for that item!
The only thing that is left to you, would be to create the proper connections. In the case of toys, you would have to specify at what
locations you do have this toy available and you can categorize it, if you want to do so. But these are Optional and for advanced Users!
How can I actually do that? First of all you have to find a service that supports our SlapLab API. We would love to link to the currently
existing services right here on SlapLab. But as these services are external ones, Google Play sadly does not allow us to do so, but you can easily find
them yourself Googling for it (Isn't that ironic). If you have found a service they will provide you with an "API URL" and an "API Token". If you have got
those, you just open SlapLab, go to Settings --> Preset API, and enter these 2 Values. If you have successfully done so, you will receive a Notification. After
that you will see a download symbol in any of the Content Sections that allow for presets, in which you can browse the services Database, filter them by
category, order them in different ways, search them by name and finally download them onto your device!
Are there any services yet? Yes, we have already received Word of a few services that are currently either implementing the API
or which have already finished doing so. As stated above, we sadly can not link to them here, but it should not be a problem finding them.