Cant Access Dashboard JSON

I was editing some daashboard JSON this week, and must of used the incorrect syntax for one of the new Bindings 2.0. I was then met with an issue where I couldnt access my dashboard JSON.

I was met with no errors or anything... and I couldnt access my code to fix the binding issue.

I spoke to Geoff Rothman who mentioned that there is a URL trick to get access back to the JSON. Shown in the GIF below.. you can remove the /edit from the dashboard URL and replace with /json

Thanks Geoff!


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This post inspired by and a large nod to [Robert Houston][1] whose nickname in our ecosystem is The Wolf. Most likely the best technical person on our platform. The Wolf recently wrote a piece I saw comparing Bindings 1.0 and Bindings 2.0 - this post is a view of this for the community. The idea of this post is to show all steps needed to build a full dashboard in Bindings 2.0 then show a comparison of Bindings 1.0 and Bindings 2.0 in a Copy/Paste scenario for reference. 

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I myself , have been in the situation previously.. where my whole dashboard is compact form - however I needed a graph that was a calculation , I would then go through the process of making all of the selection bindings to make sure that all of the graphs faceted in the same way on the page. In the end.. I would usually just build everything in SAQL for consistency sake.. so I got a really good work flow happening with just doing SAQL straightway.. anyway…. you may no longer need to do this.. as autoFilter maybe useful in a number of scenarios that were before destined to be time spent doing selection bindings.

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