Power websites, apps, or whatever you like, all from a spreadsheet. Changes to your spreadsheet update your API in realtime. Neat.
First publish your Google sheet to the web by going to File > Publish to the web...
Choose the tab you want, then select Comma-separated values (.csv) as the export format
Then paste the URL you get given into the box above, then hit return. Done!
Your API endpoint is now live at:
Quickly put experiences together that retrieve data from a remote source, without faffing around with backends.
Power elements on your website with the ease and simplicity of a spreadsheet. Add collaborators by sharing the sheet!
As Sheety returns standard JSON / XML, you can connect to your spreadsheet anyway you like. Change the Content-Type header to switch between XML and JSON.
A simple example of retrieving and then displaying a list of items from a sheet.
I work on a lot of throw away things, and often need a quick and dirty backend to power whatever the hell it is. Spreadsheets are easy to make and share with others, and so Sheety was born.
Are you f*****g insane!? Yeh sure why not – just don't use it for a nuclear power plant or anything like that. I'm using it in production for a few things, so if it breaks for me, it breaks for you. And I don't want it to break. So go for it! And if this doesn't sound like an SLA, that's because it isn't.
Google can take up to a couple of minutes to republish changes.
Yeh that'd be cool.
I don't get it?
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