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  1. Download: https://github.com/fspinillo/alfred-uber/blob/master/workflow/UberTime.alfredworkflow?raw=true With the release of Uber's new public API, I wanted to build a workflow to check on the estimated pick up times based on criteria given. The workflow was built in Python 2.7, and is bundled with requests and Dean Jackson (deanishe) wonderful Workflow package. What the workflow does Stores your Uber server token in Apple's filevault Stores your home and work address Enter zipcode, address or city with country to get estimated times Get estimated times for your work address Get estimated times for your home address Setup Go to the Uber developer page and register an app Once registered, you'll have a server token. Launch Alfred, type in 'utoken', paste your token and hit enter. A notfication should pop up notifying you it was saved optional Set your home address by launching Alfred and entering 'usethome' Set your home address by launching Alfred and entering 'usetwork' Using the workflow Important: Addresses must be entered with the country. Example: Rome, Italy // San Francisco, CA // Paris, France If you just want to search based on any address, launch Alfred and enter 'utime' with the criteria. If you want to search for times based on your home address, launch Alfred and enter 'uhome' If you want to search for times based on your home address, launch Alfred and enter 'work'
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