Rapid account: Jody Pike Méndez

Jody Pike Méndez / vibrantmiami

Christian | Software Developer

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NEW VERSION RELEASE (v1.30)! jue. 4:04 7/3/24
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Hi Cory, Thank you so much for your message and your continued interest in the IQ Bible API for your project. You can presently map words from the to the original Hebrew or Greek by first calling the '**GetOriginalText**' endpoint and looking at the '**orig_order**' field in your return. For example, using your verse (verseID: 43001001): John 1:1 (KJV): John 1:1 (KJV) "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." This is verseID 43001001, so to call the GetOriginalText, we use 'GetOriginalText?verseId=43001001', which will result in: [ { "id": "355848", "verseID": "43001001", "book": "43", "chapter": "1", "verse": "1", "word": "Ἐν", "pronun": "{\"ipa\":\"ɛn\",\"ipa_mod\":\"e̞n\",\"sbl\":\"en\",\"dic\":\"en\",\"dic_mod\":\"ane\"}", "strongs": "1722", "morph": "PREP", "orig_order": "1", "connected": "0", "parashah": "0", "notes": "" }, { "id": "355849", "verseID": "43001001", "book": "43", "chapter": "1", "word": "ἀρχῇ", "verse": "1", "pronun": "{\"ipa\":\"ɑrˈxe\",\"ipa_mod\":\"ɑrˈxe̞\",\"sbl\":\"archē\",\"dic\":\"ar-HAY\",\"dic_mod\":\"ar-HAY\"}", "strongs": "746", "morph": "N-DSF", "orig_order": "2", "connected": "0", "parashah": "0", "notes": "" }, { "id": "355850", "verseID": "43001001", "book": "43", "chapter": "1", "verse": "1", "word": "ἦν", "pronun": "{\"ipa\":\"en\",\"ipa_mod\":\"e̞n\",\"sbl\":\"ēn\",\"dic\":\"ane\",\"dic_mod\":\"ane\"}", "strongs": "2258", "morph": "V-IXI-3S", "orig_order": "3", "connected": "0", "parashah": "0", "notes": "" }, { "id": "355851", "verseID": "43001001", "book": "43", "chapter": "1", "verse": "1", "word": "ὁ", "pronun": "{\"ipa\":\"ho\",\"ipa_mod\":\"ow\",\"sbl\":\"ho\",\"dic\":\"hoh\",\"dic_mod\":\"oh\"}", "strongs": "3588", "morph": "T-NSM", "orig_order": "4", "connected": "0", "parashah": "0", "notes": "" }, ... ...] Looking at our result, we can see where the words fall: 1. Ἐν (En) - "In" Strong's: 1722, Morph: PREP 2. ἀρχῇ (archē) - "beginning" Strong's: 746, Morph: N-DSF 3. ἦν (ēn) - "was" Strong's: 2258, Morph: V-IXI-3S 4. ὁ (ho) - "the" Strong's: 3588, Morph: T-NSM ... --- And by using the 'GetWords' endpoint, we can break down the passage to single words only. For example, 'GetWords?verseId=&versionid=kjv' produces: { "0": "In", "1": "the", "2": "beginning", "3": "was", "4": "the", "5": "Word,", "6": "and", "7": "the", "8": "Word", "9": "was", "10": "with", "11": "God,", "12": "and", "13": "the", "14": "Word", "15": "was", "16": "God.", "verseId": "43001001", "versionId": "kjv", "wordCount": 17 } Thus, with a combination of either the GetVerse endpoint and the GetOriginalText; or the GetWords and the GetOriginalText, you can map the passage words directly to the Hebrew or the Greek. To map each word efficiently, GetWords and GetOriginalText would be optimal in this case. I hope that this helps in what you are trying to achive. Please respond at your earliest convenience and let me know if this is what you're looking for or how I can help in any way. At your service. Jody P.M., founder lun. 2:23 12/2/24
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Hi WordVersion, Thank you for using the IQ Bible API. The API is running and is up-to-date. You can verify that the endpoints are working by going to the 'endpoints' section here on RapidAPI and clicking on the blue button labeled, 'Test Endpoint.' Please share screenshots and more details of the problems that you are experiencing, so that I can fully understand your issues with FlutterFlow. Please note that FlutterFlow is its own application, therefore the issue may be with how you have that set up. At your service. Thank you, Jody P.M. (founder) jue. 6:07 1/2/24
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New Release with 7 New Endpoints! lun. 6:18 22/1/24
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Hi Smeks22, Thank you for using the IQ Bible API. To get the verseIds for a citation, such as 'Matt. 28:18-20', you can parse the citation first to obtain the individual verseIds needed. Then, you just get the verses using the GetVerse endpoint. Or, alternatively, you could pull the entire chapter in one call and filter through the verses you want in your app. Step 1 (Parse the citation): Request: GetParseCitation?citation=Matt. 28:18-20 Result: {"bookName":"Matthew","bookId":"40","chapterId":"028","verseIds":["40028018","40028019","40028020"]} Step 2 (Extract the verses needed): Requests: GetVerse?verseId=40028018&versionId=kjv GetVerse?verseId=40028019&versionId=kjv GetVerse?verseId=40028020&versionId=kjv For detailed information for these endpoints and more, take a look at the 'About' page, wherein full documentation is provided. Let me know if you need further assistance. Best regards, Jody mar. 1:48 8/8/23
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Hi Brent, I'm following up here on the public discussion board, but I've sent a reply to your private message in this regard as well. Sure, here are the current versions available. English versions: ASV (American Standard 1901), BBE (Bible in Basic English), DBY (Darby English Bible), KJV (King James Version), KJV1611 (King James Version 1611), WBT (Webster Bible), WEB (World English Bible), YLT (Young Literal Translation) Spanish version: RV1909 (Reina-Valera 1909) Arabic version: SVD (Smith-Van Dyke) You can use the 'GetVersions' endpoint to access these as well. As for all the features, you can access and test them directly in your RapidAPI dashboard. Let me know if this helps. Best regards, Jody lun. 1:55 22/5/23