Turn your Google Sheet into an API instantly, for free

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#2 Product of the MonthFebruary 2019

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.

  • Pros: 

    Awesome! Saves a lot of time


    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

    Very easy to use and insanely fast


    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: 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 ·
@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
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 = "" + 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
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)
Oleksandr Torlo
Oleksandr Torlo@evilksandr · R&D of my own projects
@phillipcaudell The right full url is For the reference: My dashboard (made in two evenings) with GSheet as a backend - JS-code 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?
PCMaker@phillipcaudell · Dangerously under qualified®
@ernopp Speed to get something up and running. Their Quickstart isn't very quick (authorisation, API keys, etc – yuck!)
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