How this template works
- The template uses a regular expression filter to match URLs that contain the word "graphql". - This filter ensures that only APIs with GraphQL endpoints are selected for further processing.
- The template specifies a single request to be executed. - The request modifies the URL by replacing any occurrence of "graphql" with "graphiql". - This modification is done to check if the GraphQL development console is exposed at the modified URL.
- The validation step checks the response payload for the presence of specific strings related to GraphQL development consoles. - If the response contains any of the specified strings ("GraphiQL", "GraphQL Playground", "GraphQL Console", "graphql-playground"), the validation is considered successful. That's it! The template filters APIs based on the URL, executes a modified request, and validates the response to determine if a GraphQL development console is exposed.
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