ProBoast

Description

ProBoast is a service that enables uploading of images to your website via SMS text message. To sign up, visit https://proboast.com.

The goal of ProBoast is to eliminate the friction associated with uploading photos to your website from your mobile phone, improve SEO
and the experience of your users/customers.

How to install/configure plugin and interaction with ProBoast service

  1. Create an account at: https://proboast.com
  2. Upon creating your user account on https://proboast.com, you are able to add a website via https://proboast.com/add-website.
  3. On your WordPress site, while logged in as an admin, access “Settings” > “ProBoast”. Complete the “ProBoast Site UUID” field and
    “ProBoast Authorization Token Salt” fields.
  4. On https://proboast.com, you must set the “Web hook URL” on the “Edit Website” user interface.
  5. Once the web hook URL is defined on https://proboast.com, select the “Connect” link on the “Edit Website” user interface. Enter the 6
    digit code displayed on the WordPress ProBoast plugin configuration page.
  6. Success! You’ve enabled and properly configured the ProBoast WordPress plugin. You are now ready to post photos!

Security Notes

An API endpoint will be exposed at http(s)://your-site.com/wp-json/proboast/v1/webhooks. To interact with this API and execute any of the
4 commands that it is able to process, the POST parameter “push-authorization-token” must match the ProBoast module configuration value
for “proboast_authorization_token”. This value can be changed at anytime if security is believed to have been compromised.

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Contributors & Developers

“ProBoast” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0

  • Initial release of plugin.
  • Plugin options form created.
  • REST endpoint for receiving webhooks.
  • Handling for 4 webhooks: “connect-website”, “create-album”, “create-image”, “delete-image”