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TeamSQL SDK and Extensions

TeamSQL supports extensions. You can easily build your extensions in TypeScript using TeamSQL Extensions SDK and teamsql-cli. TeamSQL Extension Store is also available in this version. You can publish your extensions in TeamSQL Extension Store and let other users install and use your extension.     Documentations, Samples and Tutorials SDK Documenation: https://developer.teamsql.io Export to Google (Sample Code): https://github.com/TeamSQL/...

TeamSQL Extensions: Google Maps

One of the biggest perks to using TeamSQL is its extensibility. One size does not fit all, and what your colleague needs in their data client might not be what you need in yours. As such, TeamSQL will ship with a default set of features, and you can add as much as you’d like to create the client that works best for you! Today, we will take a look at one of the extensions currently available in the Extensions Store: Google Maps.   What does the Google Maps Extension do? So let’s ...

TeamSQL Extensions: Beautify SQL

Have you ever wished there was a more straightforward way of writing well-formatted SQL in your code editors? Well, in TeamSQL, there is. We recently introduced support for editor extensions, which are extensions that modify the way the editor in TeamSQL works. One of the first extensions that we created with this framework is Beautify SQL, which does exactly what you think it does: you type in SQL, Beautify SQL cleans it up.   Demo Let’s say that you wrote the following SQL ...

How to Develop an Extension that Allows You to Open URLs Returned by Your Queries

In this tutorial, we will show you how to develop an extension that allows you to open a URL returned in your query results.   Prerequisites TeamSQL. You must also have a TeamSQL account that you use to log into your TeamSQL account — if you don’t already have one, you’ll be prompted to create an account the first time you launch TeamSQL Node.js. Node.js comes with [npm](https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/installing-node), but because the latter is updated more ...

How to Create an Extension: Open a Google Map

This tutorial will show you how to open a Google Map using a given set of coordinates. These coordinates come from the results set you to get after executing a query in TeamSQL.   Prerequisites Before you begin, you must install: TeamSQL: You must also have a TeamSQL account that you use to log into your TeamSQL account — if you don’t already have one, you’ll be prompted to create an account the first time you launch TeamSQL Node.js: Node.js comes with npm, but ...

How to Create an Extension: Signing S3 URLs

This tutorial will show you how to create an extension that allows you to created signed S3 URLs by providing your AWS Access and Secret Keys just once.   Prerequisites TeamSQL. You must also have a TeamSQL account that you use to log into your TeamSQL account — if you don’t already have one, you’ll be prompted to create an account the first time you launch TeamSQL Node.js: comes with [npm](https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/installing-node), but because the latter is ...

Intercom Extension for TeamSQL

TeamSQL’s new extensions allow you to add optional functionality to your TeamSQL instance. One of the first extensions we’re releasing is for Intercom Lookup, which will enable you to cross-reference data you’ve returned in TeamSQL and look up users in your Intercom account using their email addresses, user IDs, or Intercom IDs.   Installing Intercom Extension Download latest TeamSQL and open Extension Store and search for “Intercom”;     Click on ...