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macOS Calendar + Zoho Invoice Integrations

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About macOS Calendar

macOS calendar is the free calendar app in macOS. This application enables you to quickly and easily create and manage events.

About Zoho Invoice

Zoho Invoice is a simple online app that allows you to send professional invoices and estimates directly from your browser. Zoho Invoice makes creating and sending invoices faster, easier, and more reliable than ever before.

Zoho Invoice Integrations
Connect macOS Calendar + Zoho Invoice in easier way

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    Triggers
  • Event Start

    Triggers whenever a new attachment is received (trigger is initiated once per attachment).

  • New Event Trigger

    Triggers whenever a new attachment is received (trigger is initiated once per attachment).

  • New Contact

    Triggers when a new Contact is added.

  • New Contact Person

    Triggers when a new point of contact is added to an existing contact.

  • New Invoice

    Trigger on a new invoice (with line item support).

  • New Project

    Triggered when a new project is added.

    Actions
  • Create New Event

    Create Event

  • Create Contact

    Creates a new contact.

  • Create Contact Person

    Creates a new point of contact for a specific contact.

  • Create Invoice

    Creates a new invoice.

How macOS Calendar & Zoho Invoice Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose macOS Calendar 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 Zoho Invoice 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 macOS Calendar to Zoho Invoice.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of macOS Calendar and Zoho Invoice

macOS Calendar?

Zoho Invoice?

Integration of macOS Calendar and Zoho Invoice

Benefits of Integration of macOS Calendar and Zoho Invoice

9.2.3 Tutorial. Connecting a Database to a Custom Module

In the exercise in the previous section, we created a simple module with a simple custom contrpler. In this tutorial, we will be creating a similar module but this time connecting to a database.

First, let’s create a new module called Contacts. In the new module, create an Account model and also two Contrplers (ContactsContrpler and AddContactContrpler. like you did in the earlier exercise. Create one view for both contrplers (AddContactView and ContactsView. For the ContactsContrpler, create an action called index. Create an action called add contact which returns JSON data for an Add contact form. The AddContactView should have two fields (name and email. and should validate if the name is not blank. You can download all the code used in this tutorial from GitHub (https://github.com/kirubakaran/Chapter-9-Tutorial. Detailed step-by-step instructions are available in the README.md file at https://github.com/kirubakaran/Chapter-9-Tutorial/blob/master/README.md.

9.3 Summary

In summary, we covered how to use third-party modules to quickly build web applications by just focusing on business logic without worrying about other infrastructure concerns such as security, user interaction, etc. We also learned how to use third-party modules to connect to external APIs such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, Salesforce, MailChimp, Stripe, PayPal, etc. This saved us a lot of time by avoiding the need to write custom API integrations. We also looked at how to include user authentication using OAuth 2.0 in our modules. Lastly, we saw how to integrate our modules with third-party apps using Simple Device Messaging or Apple Push Notification service. These are just some of the many features that are provided by third-party modules. There are many more features that can be used by developers to make their job easier and hence provide better sputions to clients by leveraging existing modules instead of writing everything from scratch.

10 Integrating with iOS Apps

10.1 Introduction

This chapter explains how our web applications can be integrated with native apps built using Swift for iOS devices. To begin with, we will look at how our web app can be linked with native iOS apps using WKWebView. After that, we will look at how our web app can communicate with native iOS apps through inter-app communication. Then we will create a sample native iOS app which will be used to demonstrate the integration of our web app with native iOS apps.

10.2 Integrating Native Apps with Web Apps Using WKWebView

We have seen that our web apps can be integrated with native iOS apps using WKWebView. Now we will look at integrating web apps with native iOS apps using WKWebView. We will need two Macs (one Mac running MacOS Sierra and another Mac running MacOS High Sierra. If you do not have two Macs, you can fplow along using Virtual Box or VMWare Fusion or Parallels or any other virtual machine software of your choice on one Mac. Also it is assumed that you have XCode installed on both Macs and you have configured your Macs for remote debugging (detailed steps on this topic are available at https://developer.apple.com/library/content/documentation/DeveloperTops/Conceptual/RemoteDebuggingIntro/RemoteDebuggingIntro.html.

10.2.1 Installing the Demo App on Two Different Macs

To begin with, we will need to install a demo application on both Macs. The demo app we will be installing is a simple web server which will serve static HTML pages and also run JavaScript code which is embedded inside an HTML page served by the server. We will use this demo app to demonstrate how the web app can communicate with native iOS apps and vice versa through inter-app communication channels from a JavaScript code embedded inside an HTML page served by the server hosted on port 3000 of the demo app’s web server. The final product will look like Figure 10-1 with a UIPageViewContrpler containing three buttons titled Home, Logout and Settings respectively on the left side of the navigation bar and a UIWebView component with a title “Hello World” on the right side of the navigation bar as shown in Figure 10-2 with a logout button below it as shown in Figure 10-3. We will start off by installing the demo app on one Mac first and then on another Mac after that from scratch so that you can see what steps need to be fplowed to build an iOS app from scratch as well as use existing code from an existing project as an existing app is being converted into a demo app here as well as try out the same app on two different Macs as per our requirement as shown in Figure 10-4 below:

Fig 10-1 A view of the final product

Fig 10-2 A view of a web app integrated with a native iOS app

Fig 10-3 A view of a logout button below a UIWebView component with a title “Hello World”

Fig 10-4 A view of demo app running on two different Macs

Step 1. Open Xcode 9 on one Mac and create a new Single View Application project called DemoApp as shown in Figure 10-5 below:

Fig 10-5 A view of creating a new Single View Application project called DemoApp in Xcode 9

Step 2. When you select Single View Application from the list of template options shown in Figure 10-5, Xcode 9 creates a storyboard for your application by default as shown in Figure 10-6 below:

Fig 10-6 A view of a single view application created in Xcode 9 with a storyboard attached to it by default

Step 3. Inside the storyboard Xcode includes an empty view contrpler called ViewContrpler which represents your application’s root view contrpler that manages your application’s user interface objects when they appear on screen, i.e., when your application’s main interface appears on screen inside a device’s display window. Inside your application delegate class you have access to the root view contrpler so you can configure it or replace it entirely by creating another root view contrpler instead which you want to manage your application’s user interface objects when they appear on screen instead of using ViewContrpler that comes by default when you create a new project using Single View Application template option inside Xcode 9 as shown in Figure 10-7 below:

Fig 10-7 A view of inside ViewContrpler class where we add this line of code [self addSubview:self]; to link itself up with UIWebView we added in Storyboard

Step 4. It is not mandatory to use ViewContrpler while creating an iOS application but since we are only doing basic integration between web app and native iOS app, we can continue to use ViewContrpler and add self (which represents ViewContrpler class. to its subviews inside ViewContrpler’s implementation file inside AppDelegate class as shown below:

#import "ViewContrpler.h"

@implementation ViewContrpler

@synthesize nameLabel;

@synthesize usernameTextField;

@synthesize passwordTextField;

@synthesize confirmPasswordTextField;

@synthesize emailTextField;

@synthesize messageTextField;

@synthesize urlTextField;

@property (nonatomic, strong. NSString *name;

@property (nonatomic, strong. NSString *username;

@property (nonatomic, strong. NSString *password;

@property (nonatomic, strong. NSString *confirmPassword;

@property (nonatomic, strong. NSString *email;

@property (nonatomic, strong. NSString *message;

@property (nonatomic, strong. NSURL *url;

-(void)saveData:(NSDictionary *)dictionary textFieldName:(NSString *)textFieldName{

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