I created a OOP-like Trello API.
I am actively developing and updating the API, so feel free to create a github issue if you want to report a bug, or request a feature.
The documentation can be found in the github’s wiki.
Here is an example of code:
local Trello = require(script.Parent.Trello.Main) local myBoard = Trello:GetBoardByName("SomeBoard") local newBoard = Trello.new("Board", "AnotherBoard") for _,v in pairs (myBoard:GetLists()) do v:SetName(v:GetId()) --sets the name of every list to their own id v:Move(newBoard) --moves all lists to the specified board end
local MainBoard = Trello:GetBoardByName("Name of the board") game.Players.PlayerAdded:Connect(function(Plr) local Fcard = MainBoard:FindCardByName(tostring(Plr.UserId)) if Fcard then local newText = Fcard:GetDesc() --more code end end)
I hope you like it! And please remember to give feedback either through a reply, or through a github issue.
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The documentation for the API can be found here:
The wiki always features the documentation for the latest version.
The change log and downloads can be found here: