Graph your TFL transactions with this online app

(Elliott Landsborough) #1

I’ve written a web app that creates a graph of all TFL transactions over the past 12 months.

You can see it working here:

It’s 100% open source and on github:

It was made so that I could brush up on react/laravel/docker and the monzo api (and to prove to myself that I don’t need to buy a year long travel card!)

It’s not entirely finished but works for the most part.

Hopefully people will find it useful.

Here’s a preview:

(Starling Guru) #2

Monzo auth does not submit


I don’t think this will work? Monzo apps have to have the user ID added to them iirc + there’s a limit of 10? Maybe it’s changed since I last used it

(Phil) #4

Same. Nothing happens on hitting Submit.

(Elliott Landsborough) #5

Hmm, I did not realise that you can’t use the api for public apps. Oh well, time to close the thread.

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It’s fairly trivial to get around - just ask users for their own oauth client/secret + instruct them to set a redirect URI you give :+1:

(Elliott Landsborough) #8

That’s a plan. I’m going to modify it work with starling as well. And other banks with apis eventually.

Probably should have read the big red warning on the api documentation…

(Jamie 🏳️‍🌈) #9

Probably should, yeah.

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