Cog index

In this section, we talk about the /asgard and /list_asgard endpoints

/asgard and /list_asgard both do essentially the same thing. However, /list_asgard is less verbose, and only provides the name of cogs as a

This endpoint exists to be able to check if a cog exists.

Some example responses

Lets look at some examples of the response sent to us back. In these examples, we assume that the user has a cog installed called "test".


{  "code": 200,  "data": {    "test": {      // This is a cog      "name": "test",      "source": {        "test": "print('Hello from Python')\nreturn 2"      }    }  }}


{  "code": 200,  "data": {    "data": ["test"] // a list of all cogs  }    }

As you can see above, /list_asgard only provides the bare minimum information. Hence this endpoint is used to check if a cog exists.