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Connect Github repository files and Snowflake in our serverless environment

Use this template to Get files from Github repository using them to insert rows into Snowflake table.


Get files from Github repository

Used integrations:
class GithubSourceRepositoryFiles {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your github credential
// More info at
this.github = yepcode.integration.github("your-github-credential-name");
// TODO: Customize the repo name and owner
this.repositoryOwner = "your-github-username";
this.repositoryName = "your-repository-name";

async fetch(publish, done) {
// TODO: Customize the path you want to obtain all files in it and its subdirectories (if has)
// It can also be a file path to only obtain one file
// If you pass undefined you will obtain the entire repository content
await this._publishPathContent("/path-in-repo", publish);

_isFileContent = isString;
_isDirectoryInfo = isObject;

_publishPathContent = async (path, publishCallback) => {
// More info of this request at:
const response = await{
mediaType: {
format: "raw",
owner: this.repositoryOwner,
repo: this.repositoryName,
path: path,
const {
} = response;

if (this._isFileContent(data)) {
// TODO: Customize the item to publish for each file in the repository
content: data

if (this._isDirectoryInfo(data)) {
for (const directoryEntry of data) {
await this._publishPathContent(directoryEntry.path, publishCallback);

console.error("Unexpected data type: ", response.headers["content-type"]);

async close() {}

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Insert rows into Snowflake table

Used integrations:
class SnowflakeTargetInsert {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your snowflake credential
// More info at
this.snowflake = yepcode.integration.snowflake(
await this.snowflake.connect();

async consume(item) {
await new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
// TODO: Customize your SQL INSERT statement
sqlText: "insert into YOUR_TABLE(ID, NAME) values(?, ?)",
// TODO: Map item to any of the ? in insert sentence
binds: [,],
complete: (err, stmt, rows) => {
if (err) {
resolve([stmt, rows]);

async close() {
await this.snowflake.destroy();

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