Table access via Web SDK

  • 20 March 2022
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I’ve not seen anyway to gain access to a table via the Web SDK, for example to create rows/add data, as well as read the data within the table structure.  Is this the case?  If not, is there any plan to implement it?


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@DaveC 

That’s currently the case in SDK V1 and V2. There is a wishlist on the feature roadmap here, and one wish In the SDK section that requests CRUD tables: 

https://portal.productboard.com/bs3msuyjdbfr8dfxd84wngpn/c/44-crud-table?utm_medium=social&utm_source=portal_share

You can add your vote to that request. 

Thanks @Max Harper 

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Is there not anyway to fetch certain data from a dynamic Excel table, and then implement it in an autogenerated table in Miro under specific formats ? For instance, say we have a table with five fruits, in five row. The columns pertain to the expiration date, production location and production company. Is there a way to integrate/create an app that would fetch this data and say create a fruit emoji, next to it a card with the relevant data.

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Good question @Julien Bouzid !

If you’re trying to pull data from an external source into Miro, it’s possible with some custom development, likely using a combo of our REST API and Web SDK. But to clarify, we don’t have a native table building method in our SDK, so you would need to construct any table in Miro manually. 

Generally, however, it’s certainly possible to import data into a Miro board using the methods in our REST API to add items to Miro as text, shapes, etc. And you can further manage those items on the board using the methods available in our Web SDK reference.

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Good question @Julien Bouzid !

If you’re trying to pull data from an external source into Miro, it’s possible with some custom development, likely using a combo of our REST API and Web SDK. But to clarify, we don’t have a native table building method in our SDK, so you would need to construct any table in Miro manually. 

Generally, however, it’s certainly possible to import data into a Miro board using the methods in our REST API to add items to Miro as text, shapes, etc. And you can further manage those items on the board using the methods available in our Web SDK reference.

Perfect ! Thank you !

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