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07:32 - First step
- Finding the data. Open up dev tools.
- Copy as Node.js Fetch in Chrome
- Two ways to do this - Puppeteer, or raw requests, or a mix.
11:03 - Variablizing it
- Store IDs
- Booking form IDs
- Vaccine IDs
12:56 - Finding out any restrictions
- Is there a cookie?
- Is there an XSRF?
- Do these things change?
- How often can you hit it?
15:20 - Caching
- Array variable
16:59 - Delivering the notifications