Developers: Enable developer features

Want to put those hard-earned dev skills to use when automating with PhantomBuster? Enable the developer features on your account and code your own Phantoms!

 

How to enable developer mode

If you indicated that you are a developer when you first created your PhantomBuster account, access to developer features is automatically granted. If not, it's possible to enable these features with an easy change to your "User settings," found by clicking on your name in the top right of your account:

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Scroll down and check "Enable developer mode":

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Don't forget to click the "Save settings" button to save! You'll now have access to more features with your PhantomBuster account.

 

Access the Developer Hub from 'Resources Centre' in the nav bar

Click on Help > start typing "Developer hub":

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The possibilities here are endless. Check it out!

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View the "API Call snippets" from your Phantom's console page

Click on the three dots within your Phantom's console page and go to API:

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Find the "Agent object" on your Phantom's console page or from your Dashboard

Click on the three dots on your Dashboard or within Phantom's console page and navigate to Agent Object:

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Access the "Developer" page from your account's dropdown menu

Hover over your profile in the top right corner to navigate to the Developer page:

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From here, you'll be able to create and code a script.

 

View additional modules from the Solutions tab (aka Phantom Store 😊)

Go to the Phantom store, and you'll find Phantoms organized on the left-hand side by "Actions," "Extractions," and "Categories":

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The last category available to those with developer mode is "Modules."

Here you'll find all the libraries you can use to build your Phantoms:

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Edit code from your Phantom's console page

Once you've created a Phantom, you'll be able to edit the code from its console page.

If you need help creating the script, check out our Developer Hub as well as our article on how to code a Phantom.

 

Happy Automating!

 

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