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    "summary": "<p><a href=\"https://dev.angeley.es/s/fr33domlover\"></a>\nfr33domlover\n offered a ticket to project <a href=\"https://dev.angeley.es/s/fr33domlover/p/vervis\"></a>\n./s/fr33domlover/p/vervis\n: Anvil: Implement app registration.</p>\n",
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        "summary": "Anvil: Implement app registration",
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        "content": "<p>Suppose the app supports multiple accounts.</p>\n<p>Imagine the app stores a mapping from server host to application ID. When the app registers itself to Vervis servers, it gets an ID key from them, and inserts it into that mapping. Initially the mapping is empty.</p>\n<p>When the user adds an account, say <strong>user@host</strong>, and <strong>host</strong> doesn’t exist in the mapping yet, then the first thing to do is to register our application against <strong>host</strong>. This happens using an API call:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Look at “Creating our application” <a href=\"https://docs.joinmastodon.org/client/token/\">here</a>, it gives some intro</li>\n<li>[This] is the actual details of the API (except the “vapid_key” property doesn’t exist in Vervis)</li>\n</ul>",
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            "content": "Suppose the app supports multiple accounts.\n\nImagine the app stores a mapping from server host to application ID. When the app registers itself to Vervis servers, it gets an ID key from them, and inserts it into that mapping. Initially the mapping is empty.\n\nWhen the user adds an account, say **user@host**, and **host** doesn't exist in the mapping yet, then the first thing to do is to register our application against **host**. This happens using an API call:\n\n- Look at \"Creating our application\" [here](https://docs.joinmastodon.org/client/token/), it gives some intro\n- [This] is the actual details of the API (except the \"vapid_key\" property doesn't exist in Vervis)"
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