:v: Part 2: Build websites on Airtable faster using Sync Inc :repeat:
Excited to share the second part of this series with the Airtable community:
In this second part of the tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a website on Airtable faster and with less effort by using Sync Inc.
Instead of Airtable.js or the REST API, you’ll see how you can pull all your data into your website using SQL. In fact, Airtable’s docs recommend this approach for read heavy uses case - like a website:
If you anticipate a higher read volume, we recommend using a caching proxy.
So in this tutorial, you’ll learn how to:
Would love to hear if you have any questions as you build.
Since websites are very popular today, there are many additional tools, thanks to which you can use your site to the maximum. Our company had a website about two years ago, and we spent a lot of effort developing and optimizing the site. This is a good investment as our customers are always happy. We also integrated apiip.net on our website to get more information about our customers. This greatly simplifies the development of a promotion strategy.