Sheety

Turn your Google Sheet into an API instantly, for free

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#2 Product of the MonthFebruary 2019
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Turn any Google sheet into an API instantly, for free.

Power websites, apps, or whatever you like, all from a spreadsheet. Changes to your spreadsheet update your API in realtime.

Reviews
  • Pros: 

    Awesome! Saves a lot of time

    Cons: 

    How can this be free? Insane

    I'm afraid to become too dependent on it. How about an very friendly freemium model?

    Antônio Guilherme Ferreira Viggiano has never used this product.
  • Andrei Panturu
    Andrei PanturuFounder at Scriptgun
    Pros: 

    Very easy to use and insanely fast

    Cons: 

    There is no way to get my old api links if i close the tab

    I think this is a good starting point of making a great app.

    Andrei Panturu has used this product for one day.
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PCMaker@phillipcaudell · Dangerously under qualified®
Do you like cutting corners and questionable backends? Then oh have I got a product for you. I made Sheety so I could whip together prototypes and other experiences without the need to setup fiddly backends. Checkout an example API here: https://api.sheety.co/uk-theme-p... There's other Google Sheet to API services out there, but they were relatively pricey for what they did, and seemed a bit overkill for the types of prototyping I was doing.
Annie Don
Annie Don@annie_don1
@phillipcaudell yes yes yes thank you
Ben Tossell
Ben Tossell@bentossell · Makerpad.co
@phillipcaudell this is awesome! Like the site design too - I have some similar 3D blocks ha. Will definitely do tutorials with this!
Dan Dan
Dan Dan@tostartafire · Web Dev.
lol... perhaps the worst name for an app. Just ask any non native english speaker the name of your app.
Annie Don
Annie Don@annie_don1
@tostartafire likely on purpose :P
PC
PCMaker@phillipcaudell · Dangerously under qualified®
@tostartafire Sheety – Helping you make sheety APIs®
Quinston Pimenta
Quinston Pimenta@quinston · Solving problems and being aesthetic
@tostartafire @phillipcaudell I think I laughed a little too hard on this one.
Oleksandr Torlo
Oleksandr Torlo@evilksandr · R&D of my own projects
Holy sheet! ;) 2 years ago I made a dashboard using GoogleSheets as a backend with this simple construction (for example): var url = "https://spreadsheets.google.com/..." + docID + "/od6/public/values?alt=json"; $.getJSON(url, function(data) { var entry = data.feed.entry; entry.forEach(function(item, index){ .... You can get DocID while publishing your Goolge Sheet to web
PC
PCMaker@phillipcaudell · Dangerously under qualified®
@evilksandr That sounds pretty neat, though I'm unable to get it to work. What might I be missing do you think? (I've made the spreadsheet public, tried the ID as well as the published ID which is slightly different) https://spreadsheets.google.com/...
Oleksandr Torlo
Oleksandr Torlo@evilksandr · R&D of my own projects
@phillipcaudell The right full url is https://spreadsheets.google.com/... For the reference: My dashboard (made in two evenings) with GSheet as a backend - http://scoreboard.mbastrategy.co... JS-code http://scoreboard.mbastrategy.co... There is a function loadScoreBoard (docID, container) where you'll find an example of using this method
Douglas W. Lance
Douglas W. Lance@douglaswlance
It'd be great to be able to authenticate with Google to access private sheets.
Ernest Oppetit
Ernest Oppetit@ernopp · PM @ Improbable
What is the advantage of this over the Google Sheets REST API, which will presumably be much better maintained and documented? https://developers.google.com/sh...
PC
PCMaker@phillipcaudell · Dangerously under qualified®
@ernopp Speed to get something up and running. Their Quickstart isn't very quick (authorisation, API keys, etc – yuck!) https://developers.google.com/sh...
Oleksandr Torlo
Oleksandr Torlo@evilksandr · R&D of my own projects
@ernopp @phillipcaudell There is a little bit easier way, see example in my comment below