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Coda + Google Docs Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Coda and Google Docs

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About Coda

All-in-one doc. No more ping-ponging between documents, spreadsheets, and niche workflow apps to get things done.

About Google Docs

Google Docs is a free suite of online apps for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, forms, and more. It's free and works in the way you do.

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Best ways to Integrate Coda + Google Docs

  • Coda Coda

    Google Docs + Coda

    Create Row to Coda from New Document in Google Docs Read More...
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    Coda New Document
     
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  • Coda Coda

    Google Docs + Coda

    Upsert Row in Coda when New Document is created in Google Docs Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Coda New Document
     
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    Coda Upsert Row
  • Coda Coda

    Google Docs + Coda

    Update Row in Coda when New Document is created in Google Docs Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Coda New Document
     
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    Coda Update Row
  • Coda Coda

    Google Docs + Coda

    Create Row to Coda from New Document in Folder in Google Docs Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Coda New Document in Folder
     
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    Coda Create Row
  • Coda Coda

    Google Docs + Coda

    Upsert Row in Coda when New Document in Folder is created in Google Docs Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Coda New Document in Folder
     
    Then do this...
    Coda Upsert Row
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Connect Coda + Google Docs in easier way

It's easy to connect Coda + Google Docs without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Row

    Triggers when a new row added to selected table.

  • Updated Row

    Trigger when new row is updated in a selected table.

  • New Document

    Triggers when a new document is added (inside any folder).

  • New Document in Folder

    Triggers when a new document is added to a specific folder (but not its subfolders).

    Actions
  • Create Row

    Create a new row in selected table.

  • Update Row

    Update a existing row in a table.

  • Upsert Row

    Creates a new row or update an existing row in selected table.

How Coda & Google Docs Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Coda 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 Google Docs 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 Coda to Google Docs.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Coda and Google Docs

Coda

Coda is a web-based text editor that allows you to edit and also preview your files as you write them (McCracken, 2011. It has many features, such as:

  • Multiple file uploads
  • Code highlighting for HTML, CSS and PHP
  • Spell checking
  • FTP access
  • Backup of your files and storage on your computer and on the Coda servers
  • WebDAV access
  • Synchronization with Dropbox and Google Docs – allows you to edit and update your documents anywhere at any time.
  • Secure password encryption – only the user who has the password can access their files
  • Plugins – allows users to add new features to Coda by installing plugins. Plugins are available from the Coda plugin site and include things such as:

  • Google Analytics plugin – allows you to insert Google Analytics code into any website that you create in Coda.
  • Social media sharing plugin – allows you to share your website instantly on all of your social media accounts.
    • Workspace themes – allows you to choose from several different themes for your workspace, including dark, light and green-on-black. Themes allow you to change the look of Coda easily. You can also make your own custom themes or create others’ custom themes.
    • Macros – allows you to record your keystrokes and play them back whenever you want. Macros are able to do anything that you can do in Coda, including typing entire sentences quickly without needing to type each letter individually. Macros are useful for repeating tasks that you do frequently. For example, if you have an online store that you need to update regularly with new products, you could use a macro to write out the HTML code for each product very quickly without having to type it out every time.
    • Built-in terminal – gives you access to your server shell for uploading files or running commands directly from within Coda. You can also install external SSH clients if you need more advanced functionality than what Coda offers.
    • Uploading via FTP/SFTP/FTPS – allows users to quickly upload files to their servers through Coda by using FTP, SFTP or FTPS connections. This feature makes updating files on your server extremely fast and easy; no other software is required (McCracken, 2011. FTP stands for File Transfer Protocp, SFTP stands for Secure File Transfer Protocp, and FTPS stands for FTP over SSL/TLS (Port 21. (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. These protocps are used to transfer files between computers across the Internet (McCracken, 2011. There are three main protocps invpved in FTP transfers. FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS), and FTP over SSH (SFTP. (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. FTPS uses port 990 by default, while SFTP uses port 22 by default (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. FTP has security issues because it does not encrypt information sent over the network. FTPS provides security by encrypting information with SSL so that it cannot be intercepted by third parties (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. SFTP is similar to FTPS except that it uses SSH instead of SSL so that data does not need to be encrypted again (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. SFTP can be used on port 21 or port 22 depending on whether or not a secure connection is needed (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. Most modern browsers support SFTP natively (McCracken, 2011. SFTP is a preferred method of file transfer because it is secure and saves time when uploading large amounts of data (McCracken, 2011. In addition, it is secure when working with sensitive data because all files transferred via SFTP are encrypted before being transmitted, preventing third parties from intercepting the data (McCracken, 2011. In order to use SFTP, users need a client application that supports the protocp (McCracken, 2011. They will also need a secure shell client installed on their computer so that they can transfer files securely via SFTP (McCracken, 2011. Users also need a private key which contains their username and password for authentication purposes (McCracken, 2011. The user’s private key must be protected since it gives complete access to the system that users are accessing remotely (McCracken, 2011. In addition to username and password authentication, SFTP also supports another authentication method called public key authentication in which users have two separate keys. a private key for encryption and a public key for decryption (McCracken, 2011. The public key is stored on the server and can be used by anyone who wants to access the server while the private key is kept confidential by the user (McCracken, 2011. When using public key authentication, users do not need to enter a password at all; instead they use their private key (McCracken, 2011. This method is more secure than username and password authentication but is more difficult to set up (McCracken, 2011. With SFTP version 4 clients can also authenticate using Kerberos tickets, GSSAPI tokens or TLS client certificates (McCracken, 2011. FTP over SSH implements secure communications through the use of cryptographic algorithms and handshakes which hand off contrp of the connection from one party to another (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. It requires the user to install an SSH client on their computer and an SSH server on their server which must be configured properly before they can connect through SFTP (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. Because SFTP uses SSH encryption mechanisms rather than SSL encryption mechanisms it is more secure than FTP but takes longer to set up than FTP over SSL/TLS because both ends of the connection must be configured properly (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. SFTP uses port 22 by default while FTPS uses port 990 by default (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. Both SSH and SFTP are proprietary protocps which means that their specifications are not publicly available; however, there are alternative protocps which are open source which provide similar services called OpenSSH and OpenSSL respectively (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. OpenSSH was originally developed by the OpenBSD project in 1995 while OpenSSL was developed by Eric A. Young in 1998 (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. OpenSSH differs from SSH in its use of cryptography algorithms when establishing connections while OpenSSL uses OpenSSH code in its implementation of encryption schemes in addition to implementing its own encryption schemes (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. SSH is more secure than SFTP because it uses symmetric cryptography while SFTP uses asymmetric cryptography thus making it easier for hackers to decipher encrypted data than with SSH where attackers would have to guess both passwords in order to access data if they are using public key authentication rather than username/password authentication (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. Although OpenSSH is considered more secure than SFTP because it uses stronger encryption algorithms than SFTP it may still be easier for attackers to decrypt data if they somehow gain access to an account’s private key since only one piece of information is needed in order to decrypt data sent via SFTP whereas two pieces of information are needed in order to decrypt data sent via SSH (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. SSH also has session keys which are used during connections which provide additional security but these session keys are only valid for one connection; after this connection terminates all session keys are removed from memory thus removing any security provided by session keys (Wikipedia Contributors, n.d.. When comparing FTPS vs FTP over SSL/TLS there are some major differences between how each protocp works; however these differences are mainly due to technical issues rather than security issues since both protocps provide similar levels of security (McCracken, 2011. One difference between these two protocps is that FTPS supports TLS v1 while FTP over SSL/TLS does not support TLS v1; however FTPS also supports SSL v3 while FTP over SSL/TLS does not support SSL v3 so neither protocp supports the latest version of TLS currently available which TLS v1.2; however neither protocp supports TLS v1 either so neither protocp supports TLS v1 completely (McCracken, 2011. Another difference between FTPS vs FTP over SSL/TLS is that FTPS requires a client certificate for authentication purposes while FTP over SSL/TLS requires a username and password for authentication purposes; however FTPS also supports public key authentication as well as requiring client certificates so

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