plaxt - Webhooks based Trakt.tv scrobbling for Plex

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I'm hosting it myself at plaxt.herokuapp.com, feel free to use this instance, it will always be updated with the latest and greatest. You'll need to create your own API app set up the CLIENT_ID and CLIENT_SECRET env variables on your heroku instance. You will get The redirect uri included is not valid. from Trakt if you don't.

https://github.com/XanderStrike/plaxt

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