loop.jsfile. Fill out the form with the required information, and submit it.
loop.jsfile. In the Local Loops section, you will see the Loop that you are working in with a Restart button. Clicking the restart button will pull in the new
loop.jsfile for your loop that you were working on (assuming it is generated in the same folder path given) and reserve your Loop.
fetchfor network calls or
fsfor reading files). That's how Olive Helps is able to do things like enforce which domains you can access from your Loop based on your permissions requests. So while we generally encourage you to leverage existing modules/packages/libraries from npm or other sources, you may have to do some testing to make sure it works.
xlsx.read(data, read_opts). However, your Loop would fail with an error if you tried to use
xlsx.readFile(filename, read_opts)because that function would try to access
fs, which isn't available within the secure runtime environment. See Loop Security for more details about Loop permissions and Loop sandboxing.