Ok thanks @Jici! Like this I assume?
Next I would like to create a record, here’s what the documentation says about that
“Create Table 1 records
To create new records, issue a POST request to the Table 1 endpoint.
Your request body should be an object with one key,
fields , which contains all of your record’s cell values by field name. You can include all, some, or none of the field values.
Returns the created record object if the call succeeded, including a record ID which will uniquely identify the record within Base.
To create new attachments in Attachments, set the field value to an array of attachment objects. When creating an attachment,
url is required, and
filename is optional. Airtable will download the file at the given
url and keep its own copy of it. All other attachment object properties will be generated server-side soon afterward.
The Airtable API will perform best-effort automatic data conversion from string values if the
typecast parameter is passed in (click to show example). Automatic conversion is disabled by default to ensure data integrity, but it may be helpful for integrating with 3rd party data sources.”
I am not sure how to create the call.
Will my application users be able to update their airtable base or will this just work for me?