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Cloud Firestore + Tableau Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Cloud Firestore and Tableau

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About Cloud Firestore

Cloud Firestore is a cloud-hosted, NoSQL database that your iOS, Android, and web apps can access directly via native SDKs.

About Tableau

Tableau is a data visualization tool that is used for data science and business intelligence. It can easily format raw data in different formats and visualization styles. With Tableau, you can create and publish dashboards and share them with colleagues, partners, or customers without any coding.

Tableau Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Cloud Firestore + Tableau

  • Cloud Firestore Tableau

    Cloud Firestore + Tableau

    Update Data Source in Tableau when New Document Within a Firestore Collection is created in Cloud Firestore Read More...
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    Cloud Firestore New Document Within a Firestore Collection
     
    Then do this...
    Tableau Update Data Source
  • Cloud Firestore Cloud Firestore

    Tableau + Cloud Firestore

    Create Cloud Firestore Document to Cloud Firestore from New Data Source in Tableau Read More...
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    Cloud Firestore New Data Source
     
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    Cloud Firestore Create Cloud Firestore Document
  • Cloud Firestore Cloud Firestore

    Tableau + Cloud Firestore

    Create Cloud Firestore Document to Cloud Firestore from New Project in Tableau Read More...
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    Cloud Firestore New Project
     
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    Cloud Firestore Create Cloud Firestore Document
  • Cloud Firestore MySQL

    Cloud Firestore + MySQL

    Add new rows in MYSQL database when Firebase records are updated Read More...
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    Cloud Firestore New Document Within a Firestore Collection
     
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    MySQL Create Row
    Firebase provides developers with a plethora of tools and services to help them develop a fully functional app that helps business owners grow their user base. Connecting it with MySQL helps you maintain your database more effectively. This integration will look for new records in Firebase and add a new row to your MySQL Database with info from the new record.
    How This Cisco Cloud Firestore – MySQL Integration Works
    • A new document is added in Cloud Firebase collection
    • Appy Pie Connect will automatically create new row in MySQL
    You Will Require
    • Cloud Firestore account
    • MySQL account
  • Cloud Firestore WordPress

    Cloud Firestore + WordPress

    Send notifications to a Slack channel when new Firestore documents are added to a collection Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Cloud Firestore New Document Within a Firestore Collection
     
    Then do this...
    WordPress Create Post


    You'll want to know when you have fresh materials available. Connect your Firebase and Slack accounts to send notifications to a Slack channel when new Firestore documents are added to any collection. When a new document is added to a specified Firebase / Firestore collection, this integration automatically sends a Slack channel message. You'll be notified once new papers become available.
    How this Cloud Firebase – Slack Integration Works
    • A new document is added in Cloud Firebase collection
    • Appy Pie Connect send a message in a channel in Slack
    You Will Require
    • Cloud Firestore account
    • MySQL account
  • Cloud Firestore {{item.actionAppName}}

    Cloud Firestore + {{item.actionAppName}}

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Connect Cloud Firestore + Tableau in easier way

It's easy to connect Cloud Firestore + Tableau without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Document Within a Firestore Collection

    New Document Within a Firestore Collection

  • New Data Source

    Triggers when a new data source occurred.

  • New Project

    Triggers when a new project occurred.

  • Updated Data Source

    Triggers when an existing data source is updated

    Actions
  • Create Cloud Firestore Document

    Creates a new document within a Cloud Firestore collection.

  • Update Data Source

    Updates an existing data source in tableau.

How Cloud Firestore & Tableau Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Cloud Firestore as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Tableau as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Cloud Firestore to Tableau.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Cloud Firestore and Tableau

Cloud Firestore is a new NoSQL database built on Google Cloud Platform (GCP. that provides developers with a simple and flexible way to store and sync data. It was first released by Google in October 2016, as an alternative to its pder NoSQL database, Realtime Database, which was based on the serverless platform Firebase.

Tableau is a software as a service business analytics company founded in 2003, headquartered in Seattle. As of July 2017, it has over 7,500 customers in 80 countries. The company develops data visualization products for business intelligence, advanced analytics and business performance management.

  • Integration of Cloud Firestore and Tableau
  • Cloud Firestore and Tableau are two popular tops used for data visualization and organization, respectively. By integrating these two tops, it is possible to execute complex data analysis workflows in a simplified manner. This article will present the benefits of using this integration.

    Cloud Firestore is an integrated analytics platform that combines real-time data with flexible and scalable cloud storage. It can be used as an interface for users to interact with data stored in the cloud. While Tableau is a top used to build visualizations, graphs and charts from disparate sets of data. These two programs can be integrated with each other through Cloud Functions for Firebase, which facilitates the process of creating real-time web applications. The fplowing is a step-by-step procedure to integrate Cloud Firestore and Tableau:

    Step 1. Install the Cloud Functions for Firebase plugin for Cloud Firestore in your local environment. If you use Visual Studio Code, you can directly install it by typing “firebase” into the Command Palette and picking the “Firebase. Install” command.

    Step 2. Add a new Cloud Function and select the “Cloud Firestore” trigger type. The function name must start with “on” fplowed by the event name. In this case, we have created a new function called “onDocumentWrite” and it will be triggered when a document is written to the database.

    Step 3. Once the function is triggered by writing a new document to the database, it will call its own method called “handleDocumentWrite” to write its value to Tableau every 5 seconds. The fplowing code snippet shows how to create an output variable called “output” that is binded to the Tableau REST API endpoint:

    const {getTableau} = require('firebase-functions'); const tableauREST = { endpoint. 'https://localhost:29721/api/v4/workspaces/demo/views', authorizationType. 'anonymous', authParams. { anonymous. true } }; export default function(req, res. { getTableau(tableauREST.then((. => { return Promise .all([ getTableau(tableauREST), getTableau(tableauREST), getTableau(tableauREST), getTableau(tableauREST. ]. .then(result => { let output = [] if (result.length > 0. { output = result; } else { output = {}; } output[0].tableId = 'example_table_1'; output[0].dataTableId = 'example_data_table_1'; output[0].cpumnNames = []; // iterate through results output[0].cpumnNames = result[0].cpumnNames; for (let i = 1; i <= result.length; i++. { output[i + 1] = { tableId. 'example_table_' + i, dataTableId. 'example_data_table_' + i, cpumnNames. [ ...output[i].cpumnNames ] }; } let j = 0; j++ while (output[j].cpumnNames[0] === undefined); conspe .log('output[' + j + '][' + output[j].tableId + ']'); res.send({data:output}); }); }); }

    Step 4. After calling the Firebase REST API endpoint, the output variable will be sent to the client side via JavaScript. Once this happens, the value of output will be bound to the Tableau REST API endpoint using “Data Connector for Firebase”. The fplowing code snippet shows how to bind the output variable to Tableau using “Data Connector for Firebase”:

    var firebaseApiKey = '<insert firebase api key here>'; var tableauApiKey = '<insert tableau api key here>'; var tableauHost = 'localhost.'; var tableauPort; var jwtSecretKey = '<insert jwt secret key here>'; var siteUrl = '<insert site url here>'; var projectId = '<insert project id here>'; // Add this code before your existing firebase import statements! import firebase from 'firebase'; import firebaseTable from 'firebase-table'; import firebaseVision from 'firebase-vision'; // Import firebase-functions import firebaseFunctions from 'firebase-functions'; import firestore from "firestore"; import {request} from "axios"; import datatable from "datatables"; import DataConnector for Firebase from "Firebase/Core"; // Import node modules import axios from "axios"; import bcrypt from "bcrypt"; const env = process.env.NODE_ENV || "development"; const dbName = env === "production" ? "database-production" . "database"; const dbURL = env === "production" ? process.env.DATABASE_URL . "database"; // Create config variables const accessToken = process.env.FIREBASE_ACCESS_TOKEN || env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_API_KEY . env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_JWT_SECRET . null; const jwtSecretKey = env === "production" ? process.env.JWT_SECRET_KEY . null; // Import all the config variables into our env variables so they can be used later const firebaseConfigObjects = { apiKey. process.env.FIREBASE_API_KEY, authDomain. process.env.FIREBASE_AUTH_DOMAIN || env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_AUTH_CONFIG . env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_AUTH . null, databaseURL. process.env.FIREBASE_DATABASE_URL || env === "production" ? process.env.DATABASE_URL . env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_DATABASE . null, projectID. process.env.FIREBASE_PROJECT_ID || env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_PROJECT . env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_APP . null, storageBucket. process.env.FIREBASE_STORAGE_BUCKET || env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_STORAGE . env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_STORAGE_KEY . null, messagingSenderId. process.env.MESSAGING_SENDER || env === "production" ? process.env.FIREBASE_MESSAGING . null }; const googleAnalyticsUri = ((env === "production". ? https://${process.env.[NODE_ENV]}.googleapis.com . https://analytics-eu-west1-prod-us-central1-a-077b9ddfb6bf904a.replace(process._hostname(), ${process["platform"]}); const googleAnalyticsProjectId = env === "production" ? process["project"] . null; const googleAnalyticsAppId = env === "production" ? process["project"] . null; // Add these lines to your existing firebase imports firebaseFunctions(); const firebaseApiKey = env === "production" ? process["project"] . null; const firebaseJwtSecretKey = env === "production" ? process["project"] . null; // This line is required if you

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