Google Sheets API Tutorial: The Basics You Need to Get Going

The Google Sheets API enables us to read, write, and update a spreadsheet’s data. We can also use it to render user interfaces (UIs) by fetching data from Google Sheets, which will then serve as a database. The Google Sheets API helps developers import data into spreadsheets and build apps that interact with Google Sheets, maximizing functions and increasing productivity. In this Google Sheets API tutorial for beginners from Israel Oyetunji on Fusebit’s blog, you’ll learn how to use the Google Sheets API to perform basic CRUD operations.

Can Node.js Send Email? 3 Options and How to Add Them to Your App

If you’re looking to send emails from your Node.js application, this blog post is for you. This post from Steven Lohrenz on Fusebit’s blog will explore three ways to send emails from Node.js applications and how to add them to your app. We’ll also provide code samples so you can get started right away.

Credential Validation: What It Is and Why It Matters

As the web evolved and the need for more flexible and powerful tools and services grew, engineers were forced to continuously improve and strengthen the mechanisms that provide protection from bad actors. This impetus was the driving force behind many of the advances we benefit from today in the world of fintech, e-commerce, and even your favorite streaming service. Nevertheless, almost all security mechanisms in use today employ some form of user credential validation. And today, we’ll explore what credential validation is and why it is so important. To do this, Juan Reyes will guide you through the process of creating a simple Node.js app that provides an authentication mechanism on Fusebit’s blog.

Slack OAuth: How to Implement It in a Node.js App

A great thing about Slack is that it allows you to connect to it via APIs from outside apps. For example, you can use Slack to connect to your Google Calendar or Trello account. These services have connected with the Slack API. In this blog post on Fusebit’s blog, Steven Lohrenz shows you how to connect your own application to Slack and a Slack workspace so you can post and retrieve messages dynamically from your own app.

Google Sheets API Limits, What It Is and How to Avoid It

Google Sheets is one of the most popular products from Google. It’s part of the popular G Suite, which includes other tools like Google Docs, Google Forms, Google Slides, and Google Drive. They’re all saved in the cloud, so they can be accessed from anywhere. In this post on Fusebit’s blog from Nabendu Biswas, you can learn about the Google Sheets API limits. When we’re making a production app, using Google Sheets as a back end to store data, we often hit this rate limit. So, let’s see what that limit is and how we can avoid it.

How to Integrate Your App With HubSpot Using OAuth

In today’s world, reaching out to a large audience is essential to expanding your business. To do so, you need to be present on various platforms. And to leverage the power of these platforms, you’ll need to integrate them with your business website or application. But this is easier said than done. Here is a complete guide to help you integrate your app with HubSpot using OAuth. This blog post from Keshav Malik on Fusebit’s blog will look at integrating your app with HubSpot using OAuth and Node.js. But before diving deeply into it, let’s first understand what HubSpot and OAuth are.

Token Validation: What It Is and How to Set It Up

In an increasingly dangerous world where hacks and breaches are becoming more and more common, developers must have a solid grasp of the security features available. For most application services that expose data to the web, it’s common to have an authentication mechanism guarding the resources. However, despite the abundance of robust and sophisticated security mechanisms, many are misconfigured, incomplete, or sometimes even absent. In this article on Fusebit’s blog, Juan Reyes discusses one of the most popular and tested mechanisms for securing communication between your user and your service: access tokens and token validation.