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Connect Tweets from user and Xata in our serverless environment

Use this JavaScript template to Get tweets from user using them to insert rows into Xata table


Get tweets from user

Used integrations:
class TwitterSourceGetUserTweets {
async init() {
// TODO: Create twitter credential
// More info at
this.twitter = yepcode.integration.twitter("your-twitter-credential-name");

async fetch(publish, done) {
const {
data: tweets
} = await this.twitter.tweets.usersIdTweets(
// TODO: You need to provide the twitter user-id (it's a number, and as a sample, the value for yepcode_io username is "1391856062924533762")
// You may get the user-id from twitter username with (and use it here with quotes)
"the-twitter-user-id", {
"tweet.fields": ["author_id", "text"],
// You can customize which fields to retrieve
// More info at:

// See tweet object structure at:
for (const tweet of tweets) {
await publish(tweet);

async close() {}

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Insert rows into Xata table

Used integrations:
class AxiosTargetXataInsert {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your axios credential with xata information:
// More info at
// baseUrl: Your base url https://${your-workspace}.${your-zone}'
// HTTP Headers:
// "Authorization": "Bearer <your-xata-api-key>",
// "Content-Type": "application/json"
this.axiosClient = yepcode.integration.axios("your-xata-credential-name");

async consume(item) {
// TODO: Set your table endpoint parameters
// You may check API documentation for more details
const database = "<your-database>";
const branch = "<your-branch>";
const table = "<your-table>";

await this.axiosClient
.post(`/${database}:${branch}/tables/${table}/data`, item)
.catch((error) => {
`An error was thrown inserting data`,
throw error;

async close() {}

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