Some tasks or workflows require secure tokens not known to the user. In these cases, proxy interception can be used to extract these input values for independent worker execution.
What you'll need:
api_key variable is interceptable for Home Depot Products.
On the top right of Home Depot Products, you'll see a button to create a worker for this task if you're logged in. Log in and click it to create a worker.
Wait for your worker to create, then click on "Scrape" on the left.
Click on the toggle to turn it on.
Click launch proxy if you haven't launched a proxy yet.
Wait a minute or two for the proxy to create, then follow connecting to your proxy for instructions on how to connect to your proxy.
In this example, we'd open up Home Depot on our phone and navigate to perform the action this worker is set to intercept (fetching products). So here we'd simply browse products using the Home Depot app while it's connected to our proxy.
While you use your phone, intercepted variables will show up right below in real-time (scroll down a little). Once you see your variable's value, you are done and can disconnect from your proxy.
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