How both the Annapolis Convention of 1786 and Shays’ Rebellion of the same year affect the delegates of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 planned

How did both the Annapolis Convention of 1786 and Shays’ Rebellion of the same year affect what the delegates of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 planned to do? What were they able to accomplish as a result of those two events? Were the Antifederalists ever able to counter the Federalists power? If so, how did they do that? What do you think were some of the larger consequences of those two important developments in the final acceptance of the U.S. Constitution? Explain and be specific.