I've set FURL, with empty suffix for the HTML content type.
When I tried to access it, eg: http://localhost/hrms/www/hrms/dashboard.json
, it kept going to error page.
I've dug the plugin's code, and I could see that it should intercept the redirect and give the ouput, but no luck for my case.
I'm using MODX 2.2.8-pl (advanced).
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I am currently having the same issue with this Instant API plugin. Or if anyone else has a different suggestion on how I can get a JSON feed of a certain pages data.
I currently have FURLs setup and working locally with Vagrant. I am running ModX Rev. 2.4.4
Creating a JSON feed from page content is a fairly simple job for a snippet running on a resource set to content type JSON. Of course, how simple depends a bit on the nature of the content you're trying to convert to JSON. Can you provide a bit more detail?