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Connect Toggl and Google BigQuery in our serverless environment

Use this template to Fetch Toggl time entries using them to insert rows into Google BigQuery table.


Fetch Toggl time entries

Used integrations:
class HttpSourceTogglFetchTimeEntries {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your http credential with toggl information:
// More info at
// Official docs:
this.toggl = await yepcode.integration.http("your-toggl-credential-name");

async fetch(publish, done) {
// Official docs:
const params = {
start_date: "start-date",
end_date: "end-date"
const response = await this.toggl.get("me/time_entries", {

for (const timeEntry of {
await publish(timeEntry);

async close() {}

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Insert rows into Google BigQuery table

Used integrations:
class GoogleBigqueryTargetInsert {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your google-bigquery credential
// More info at
const googleBigQuery = yepcode.integration.googleBigQuery(
// TODO: Customize dataset and table names
// See how to get dataset name:
this.table = await googleBigQuery

async consume(item) {
// TODO: Map item to your bigquery table row

async close() {}

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