Bubble Plugin API Calls: Exploring Diverse Parameter Types
If you are developing a plugin using an API, you may have noticed that there are three types of parameters - private, hidden, and secret, which differ from the private and public parameters found in an API connector.
What's the difference between them?
|End user can change the value?
|Who can see the value
|can see via the inspect element
If you set the parameter type to public-
Anyone with access to the page can view and modify the value, making the parameter value public.
If you set the parameter type to hidden-
The plugin installer cannot change the value, but everyone can view its value using the inspect element feature.
If you set the parameter type to secret-
No one can see the value, and they cannot change it either.
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