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Firebase Cloud Storage + Microsoft To-Do Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Firebase Cloud Storage and Microsoft To-Do

About Firebase Cloud Storage

Cloud Storage Store and serve files at Google scale.

About Microsoft To-Do

Microsoft To Do is the task management app that makes it easy to stay organized and manage your life. It's simple, smart, and a whole new way to get work done in less time.

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Connect Firebase Cloud Storage + Microsoft To-Do in easier way

It's easy to connect Firebase Cloud Storage + Microsoft To-Do without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New File Within Cloud Storage

    New File Within Cloud Storage

  • New List

    Triggers when a new list is created.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created.

  • Updated Task

    Triggers when any task is update.

    Actions
  • Upload File in Cloud Storage

    Upload File in Cloud Storage

  • Create List

    Creates a new list.

  • Create Task

    Creates a new task

How Firebase Cloud Storage & Microsoft To-Do Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Firebase Cloud Storage 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 Microsoft To-Do 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 Firebase Cloud Storage to Microsoft To-Do.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Firebase Cloud Storage and Microsoft To-Do

  • Firebase Cloud Storage?
  • Firebase Cloud Storage is a cloud storage that enables you to store files of any size on Firebase servers. The data is stored in the form of objects, and each object can store up to 5GB on Firebase servers. In order to store data in Firebase Cloud Storage, you have to use the Storage module of the Firebase SDK.

    Firebase Cloud Storage supports multiple file formats including images, videos, text documents, and more. It also supports a number of operations for reading and writing data from and to the cloud.

    The fplowing code snippet shows how to create a new blob object using the Blob method of the FirebaseStorage class:

    // Create a blob. var blob = firebase.storage(.ref('images/cat.png'.object('cat'); // Write a blob. var buffer = new Uint8Array([1, 2, 3, 4]); firebase.storage(.ref('images/cat.png'.blob(.set(buffer, function(. { // Successfully written a blob. }, function(error. { // Failed to write a blob. });

  • Microsoft To-Do?
  • Microsoft To-Do is a task manager app that lets users manage their tasks from their phones or computers. It is available as a mobile app for Android and iOS, as well as a web-based app for Windows 10 devices. Its main intention is to help people organize their tasks and work on them efficiently.

    Microsoft To-Do allows users to create tasks from their emails or from their Outlook calendar. It also allows users to set reminders for their tasks so that they do not forget about them and attend to them at the right time and place.

    It also features a live tile that indicates the number of tasks that users still need to complete based on the Reminder setting they have set for those tasks. The fplowing image shows an example of such a tile:

    The fplowing code snippet shows how to create a new task using the TaskSnapshot method of the MicrosoftToDo class:

    // Create a task with its default properties. var task = taskManagerInstance.newTask(); // Set the title property of the task created above. task.title = "I am specified"; // Save the task and return it as a TaskSnapshot object. var snapshot = taskManagerInstance.save(task); // Get the value of the title property of the snapshot variable. conspe.log(snapshot.title); // "I am specified"

  • Integration of Firebase Cloud Storage and Microsoft To-Do
  • In this section, we will see how we can integrate Firebase Cloud Storage with Microsoft To-Do to synchronize tasks between them so that users can view tasks from either application without having to manually copy them over each time they create or update these tasks.

    The first step for us is to create an empty project in Visual Studio 2017, which we will name “FirebaseToDo”. We will also need to install some packages for this project in order to make it work properly. We will install these packages by executing the fplowing commands in the Package Manager Conspe window:

    Install-Package Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs Install-Package Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Extensions.SqlServer Install-Package Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Host Install-Package Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Scheduler Install-Package Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Extensions.AzureStorage Install-Package Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Extensions.AzureSqlDatabase Install-Package Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc Install-Package Microsoft.AspNetCore.Http Install-Package Microsoft.AspNetCore -Version 2.0.3 dotnet add package Microsoft .Azure .WebJobs dotnet add package Microsoft .Azure .WebJobs .Extensions .SqlServer dotnet add package Microsoft .Azure .WebJobs .Host dotnet add package Microsoft .Azure .WebJobs .Scheduler dotnet add package Microsoft .Azure .WebJobs .Extensions .AzureStorage dotnet add package Microsoft .Azure .WebJobs .Extensions .AzureSqlDatabase dotnet add package Microsoft .AspNetCore .Mvc dotnet add package Microsoft .AspNetCore - Version 2 dotnet add package Microsoft .AspNetCore - Version 2 .0 dotnet add package Microsoft .AspNetCore - Version 2 .0 .3 dotnet restore

    After you execute these commands successfully, you should be able to see the fplowing message in your conspe window:

    After running these commands, we will now open our project in Visual Studio 2017 and create two new classes in our project. one for storing tasks in Firebase Cloud Storage and another class for retrieving them from there later on so that we can display them in our application later on with their latest status changes whenever necessary. We will name these classes TasksStorage and TasksRetriever respectively, with their corresponding AddUser method that allows us to register users in our application so that they can submit new tasks using our application later on whenever they want to do so:

    using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; using System; namespace FirebaseToDo { [Route("[contrpler]")] public class HomeContrpler . Contrpler { private readonly TasksStorage _storageservice = new TasksStorage(); public HomeContrpler(. { _storageservice = new TasksStorage(); } [HttpGet] public IActionResult Index(. { return View(_storageservice); } } } namespace FirebaseToDo { public class TasksStorage { private string storageBucket = "to_do"; private string storageKey = "todo"; public TaskDto GetTask(int id. { if (id == 0. throw new ArgumentException("Id must not be 0"); string query = string.Format("{0}/{1}", storageBucket, storageKey); var account = CloudStorageAccount.Parse(accountEndpoint); var client = account.CreateCloudBlobClient(); var container = client.GetContainerReference(storageBucket); var blobClient = container.CreateCloudBlobClient(); var blobRequest = blobClient.GetBlobReference(storageKey); return (TaskDto)(blobRequest.GetContent(); } public TaskDto PostTask(string title. { string query = string.Format("{0}/{1}", storageBucket, storageKey); var account = CloudStorageAccount.Parse(accountEndpoint); var client = account.CreateCloudBlobClient(); var container = client.GetContainerReference(storageBucket); var blobClient = container.CreateCloudBlobClient(); var blobRequest = blobClient.GetBlobReference(storageKey); var stream = (Stream)blobRequest; stream = stream ?? new MemoryStream(); stream = (MemoryStream)stream; var byteData = EncodingUtils._utf8Encode(title); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("r"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("n"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("r"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("n"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode((new StreamReader(.ReadToEnd()); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("r"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("n"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("r"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("n"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode(EncodingUtils._utf8Decode(title)); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("r"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode("n"); byteData += EncodingUtils._utf8Encode

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