Skip to main content

Airtable to REST API

List records from Airtable table using them to calls a REST API endpoint

Clone the recipe by yourself to a YepCode account

Clone to YepCode

... or ask us for help to build the full solution

Ask our team for help
Share

List records from Airtable table

Used integrations:
class AirtableSourceListRecords {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your airtable credential        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/airtable/#credential-configuration        this.airtableClient = yepcode.integration.airtable(            "your-airtable-credential-name"        );        // TODO: Customize your base id and table id        // More info at https://support.airtable.com/docs/understanding-airtable-ids        this.table = this.airtableClient            .base("your-base-id")            .table("your-table-id");    }    async fetch(publish, done) {        await this.table            .select({                // TODO: Provide optional parameters                // Airtable creates a dynamic docs page for each base                // Visit yours at https://airtable.com/{your-base-id}/api/docs                maxRecords: 30,            })            .eachPage((records, fetchNextPage) => {                records.forEach((record) => {                    const {                        id,                        fields                    } = record._rawJson;                    // TODO: Customize record columns mapping to the item that will be published                    const item = {                        id,                        name: fields.name                    };                    publish(item);                });                fetchNextPage();            }, done);    }    async close() {}}

Calls a REST API endpoint

Used integrations:
class AxiosTargetRestJsonPost {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your axios credential with endpoint information:        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/axios/#credential-configuration        // It may manage headers or authentication        this.axiosClient = yepcode.integration.axios("your-axios-credential-name");    }    async consume(item) {        // TODO: Customize the API path        await this.axiosClient            .post("/the-post-rest-api-path", item)            .catch(console.error);    }    async close() {}}

Find related recipes

  • Airtable
  • Rest APIs

FAQs

These recipes are a good starting point for you to build your own YepCode processes and solve your integration and automation problems.

YepCode is a SaaS platform that allows to create, execute and monitor integrations and automations using source code in a serverless environment.

We like to call it the Zapier for developers, since we bring all the agility and benefits of NoCode tools (avoid server provisioning, environment configuration, deployments,...), but with all the power of being able to use a programming language like JavaScript with a NodeJS engine.

You only have to fill the sign up form and your account will be created with our FREE plan (no credit card required).

YepCode has been created with a clear enterprise approach (multi-tenant environment, team management, high security and auditing standards, IdP integrations, on-premise options,...) so we can be the Swiss army knife of any team of engineering, especially those that need to extract or send information to external systems, and where a certain dynamism or adaptation to change is necessary in that process.

Sure! You just need to do some configuration to allow YepCode servers to connect to that service. Check our docs page to get more information.

Ask us for help to solve your integration problem

Recipes may be used in a self service approach cloning them to one YepCode account, but if you are looking for a turnkey approach, our team may help you.