The simple answer is yes, it’s possible. The complicated answer is yes, but you probably don’t want to

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So you want to get some data from Salesforce, quickly, cheaply and without managing any servers? You’re in luck! By using JSforce and Firebase Cloud Functions you can get up and running in no time!

1.0 Things you will need…

1.1 A Salesforce user account (you’ll use this as a service account)

1.2 A Salesforce SOQL query

If you’re one of the few people on earth who need to connect to the Fortianalyzer XML API using Node.js, it’s your lucky day! Read on to see working examples of how I got this working.

Fortianalyzer in a nutshell

Sometimes working out which API method to use to connect to the Google APIs can be a bit confusing — let me help.

There are 3 methods to connect to the Google APIs:

  • A simple API key
  • A service account with a JSON or P12 private key
  • OAuth

But which method to use?

  • Generally you would use the API key method to consume a Google API which provides you with a consumable service, for example the Google Maps API which provides you with Google Maps data,
  • OAuth enables anyone to give you some level of access to their data, for example a calendar SaaS app that integrates with your Google Calendar…

I’m going to show you how to:

  1. Let users to create an account on your site.
  2. Log in to your site with their account.
  3. Allow your users to update their profile information from their very own profile page.

And all of this within Webflow!

I love Webflow.

Jason Dark

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