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javascript console for an API I use - I see this message To start using the the dev tools, run app.help() (How do i utilize this?)

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To start using this API's dev tools, run app.help()

I tried putting this into a jquery ready function but that gives me an error that app isn't defined. How do I use these dev tools?

 $(function() {
       console.log("READY!");
       app.help();
       
    });

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which dev tools?
just ask some docs to the provider
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