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Cloud Firestore + uProc Integrations

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

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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 uProc

uProc is a database management system that gives users the tools and capabilities they need to improve the fields in their databases and get more out of them. It helps businesses in the validation of essential business data such as emails, phone numbers, and more, as well as the creation of new database categories for better data segmentation.

uProc Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Cloud Firestore + uProc

  • Cloud Firestore uProc

    Cloud Firestore + uProc

    Select Tool in uProc when New Document Within a Firestore Collection is created in Cloud Firestore Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Cloud Firestore New Document Within a Firestore Collection
     
    Then do this...
    uProc Select Tool
  • 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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    Cloud Firestore New Document Within a Firestore Collection
     
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    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 Gmail

    Cloud Firestore + Gmail

    Create Draft to Gmail from New Document Within a Firestore Collection in Cloud Firestore Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Cloud Firestore New Document Within a Firestore Collection
     
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    Gmail Create Draft
  • Cloud Firestore Gmail

    Cloud Firestore + Gmail

    Send Email in Gmail when New Document Within a Firestore Collection is created in Cloud Firestore Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Cloud Firestore New Document Within a Firestore Collection
     
    Then do this...
    Gmail Send Email
  • Cloud Firestore {{item.actionAppName}}

    Cloud Firestore + {{item.actionAppName}}

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Connect Cloud Firestore + uProc in easier way

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

    Triggers
  • New Document Within a Firestore Collection

    New Document Within a Firestore Collection

    Actions
  • Create Cloud Firestore Document

    Creates a new document within a Cloud Firestore collection.

  • Select Tool

    Select a tool to perform verification or enrichment

How Cloud Firestore & uProc 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 uProc 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 uProc.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Cloud Firestore and uProc

Cloud Firestore is a cloud-hosted, noSQL document database for mobile, web, and server development from Google. It’s a fully managed, scalable cloud database with SDKs for iOS, Android, and server development. Cloud Firestore is typically used when the data model is fairly straightforward, such as when you know that you’re going to have a lot of small documents (up to 500KB each), or a large number of very large documents. The data is stored on SSD drives and replicated across multiple servers, and can scale horizontally on demand to handle more load.

uProc is an open source library that simplifies the creation of applications based on microservices. This library helps build distributed systems in Java.

Integration of Cloud Firestore and uProc

The combination of Cloud Firestore and uProc can make your application more efficient. Consider the fplowing:

You can use uProc to provide the business logic for a Cloud Firestore application. The development team working on the integration between these two services will use a simple API instead of manually setting up each element of an application. You don’t need to worry about the synchronization or the storing of objects in the database, because this aspect will be taken care of by uProc.

To integrate Cloud Firestore and uProc, you first need to install the fplowing software:

Google Cloud SDK

Java Development Kit

uProc Library for Cloud Firestore

Next, create an interface for the DataAdapter class that will be used to insert data into the Firestore database. In other words, you need to create an interface that specifies how to insert data into the database. For example, it will look something like this:

public interface DataAdapter { void add(String key, String value); }

Next, create an interface for the DataObserver class that will be used to read data from the database. For example, it will look something like this:

public interface DataObserver { void update(String key); }

Create an interface for the DataListener class that will be responsible for deleting data from the database. For example, it will look something like this:

public interface DataListener { void delete(String key); }

Finally, create an interface for the DataManager class that will be responsible for deleting all data in the database. For example, it will look something like this:

public interface DataManager { void deleteAll(); }

Now that you’ve created all of the interfaces that are necessary for this integration process, you can create a JAR file containing all four of them and a main class that uses them. Here’s how you do it:

In Android Studio, create a new project called uProcCloudFirestoreIntegration. Make sure you select “Gradle Project” as the type of project. Create a fpder in src/main/java with the name com.example.cloudfirestoreintegration . In this fpder, create a class named MainActivity . Create a class named DataManager . Create a class named DataAdapter . Create a class named DataObserver . Create a class named DataListener . Add the fplowing code to each of these classes. //Main Class public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity { @Override protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState. { super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); setContentView(R.layout.activity_main); //DataManager DataManager manager = new DataManager(this); //DataAdapter DataAdapter adapter = new DataAdapter(manager); //DataObserver DataObserver observer = new DataObserver(manager); //DataListener DataListener listener = new DataListener(manager); } } //DataManager public class DataManager { private final Context context; public DataManager(Context context. { this.context = context; } public void add(String key, String value. { //Write code here to add data to Cloud Firestore } public void delete(String key. { //Write code here to delete data from Cloud Firestore } public void deleteAll(. { //Write code here to delete all data from Cloud Firestore } } //DataAdapter public class DataAdapter implements DataManager { private final DataManager manager; public DataAdapter(DataManager manager. { this.manager = manager; } public void add(String key, String value. { manager.add("key", value); } public void delete(String key. { manager.delete("key"); } public void deleteAll(. { manager.deleteAll(); } } //DataObserver public class DataObserver implements DataManager { private final DataManager manager; public DataObserver(DataManager manager. { this.manager = manager; } public void update(String key. { manager.update("key", "value"); } } //DataListener public class DataListener implements DataManager { private final DataManager manager; public DataListener(DataManager manager. { this.manager = manager; } public void delete(String key. { manager.delete("key"); } } Go back to Android Studio and press Build > Build APK. After building is complete, run your app on your device or emulator. You should see something like this. Next, you’ll add the code that writes data to Cloud Firestore. To write data to Cloud Firestore, you first need to create a reference to it in your application. Then you can use the reference to call methods that insert data into it. In Android Studio, go to File > New > Import Module and select Google Play Services Library v11.0.0 . After completing these steps, you should see something like this. Now use your reference to call the method that inserts data into Cloud Firestore. Create a new method in your application called addFireStoreData(. . This method should write data to the database using your reference variable. Inside addFireStoreData(. , you should use your reference variable to call the method that inserts data into Cloud Firestore called add(. . Your method should look something like this. private void addFireStoreData(. { FirebaseRef ref = null; ref = FirebaseDatabase.getInstance(.getReference(); //TODO Code here add code here to update Cloud Firestore with values from uProc using ref } Next, you need to create another method called readFireStoreData(. . This method should read data from the database using your reference variable. Inside readFireStoreData(. , you should use your reference variable to call the method that reads data from Cloud Firestore called get(. . Your method should look something like this. private void readFireStoreData(. { FirebaseRef ref = null; ref = FirebaseDatabase.getInstance(.getReference(); //TODO Code here add code here to read Cloud Firestore with values from uProc using ref } Go back to Android Studio and press Build > Build APK again. After building is complete, run your app on your device or emulator again. You should see something like this. Next, you’ll add the code that deletes data from Cloud Firestore while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database. If you want to delete some data while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database, then you need to create a new method called deleteWhileReading(. This method should read and delete data at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading it at the same time so that there is no lag in loading objects from the database while reading

The process to integrate Cloud Firestore and uProc may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.