Facebook leeds + google sheets doesn't work
Hi, I tried to connect my facebook leads to google sheet and it's doesn't work. I watched the tutorial and I settled all setting like in video but the result is the same. No data in google sheet.
Finally, we can impress you with our new website! It’s not only the design that is visually pleasing but also beneficial content. We have been working on it for a long time and continue to improve it every day. However, we are excited to show it to you already and hear your feedback!
It’s never enough to add more Modules to our platform! Here are the newbies in our updated Modules List:
Now we do not block the account after the end of the subscription. You can renew your subscription at any time or sign up for a new one.
Of course, we cannot start a new month without new blocks added to our Business Process Editor. Also, now you can run blocks asynchronously.
We do work hard on fixing all errors promptly. The major bug we successfully fixed last month was the crash of AMX server when stopping the old container - from now on it should not bother anymore.
Stay tuned and don't miss no-code updates! You are always welcome to join the AppMaster.io community chat and write directly to our developers there!
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AppMaster.io supports several data types, and each variable can be single or array.
Many auto-generation functions depend on the selected data type because the platform's artificial intelligence processes each type differently. Therefore, it is important to choose the types that most closely match the data with which your application will work.
You can change the type of a variable in the course of a business process using special blocks (Logic - Type conversion group).
If, after creating a data model, you want to change the type of one of its fields, it is worth considering whether you made entries for this model or not. If not, you can simply change the data type to the desired one. In the second case, conversion is required, so follow the prompts. The platform will only allow you to change the data type if the existing format is compatible with the format to which the field is being converted.
Changing any type to an array is not backward compatible.
Native mobile applications are applications developed for a specific platform, in our case, for iOS or Android. They look organic on a smartphone and are downloaded through the App Store or Google Play.
Such applications can make full use of hardware resources (camera, microphone, accelerometer, compass, light sensor, etc.), access photo and video files, address book, geolocation, player, calendar, and other programs and services. By accessing the notification system, you can enable push notifications.
Compared to hybrid (cross-platform) applications, native ones work faster and more stable, consume less battery and memory.
In classic development, building native apps requires experience with specific environments (xCode for Apple; Eclipse or Android Studio for Android) and knowledge of programming languages (Java and Kotlin; Objective-C and Swift).
No-code allows you to bypass the main disadvantages of native development. The code is generated automatically, which means you don't need to learn specific languages or look for developers. The cost of the application will not depend on the OS - the tariff for iOS and Android will be the same. In the mobile app builder, it is easier to develop for different platforms. It will take much less time than classic development.
In addition, the native AppMaster.io framework (in Swift or Kotlin for the respective OS) will allow you to update your application without publishing delays. It is enough to publish it in PlayMarket or AppStore once, and all interface and logic updates will be delivered to users instantly, you just need to make changes and republish the backend.
Our project is relatively young, development has been underway since 2019. Now there are more than 1,500 active users on the platform, there are several cases for building corporate applications for large companies.
AppMaster.io is primarily focused on creating complex solutions: applications with a server-side, a multifunctional interface, branched business logic, access to hardware, integration with other applications, the ability to host on cloud and corporate servers, and other special functions.
The platform generates a Golang backend. It uses REST API to interact with the client-side. Supports any PostgreSQL-compliant databases such as Amazon RDS, Google Cloud SQL, Azure PostgreSQL, Elephant.
The code can be compiled for Linux, Windows, and macOS with any processor configuration: x86, x86-64, or ARM.
Now the AppMaster.io Studio interface is fully supported in Chrome and Firefox browsers on Windows, Linux, and macOS operating systems. Most of the features are supported by Safari on macOS.
Vue2 with automatic binding to the generated backend.
Own framework in Swift and Kotlin. It allows you to create applications where screens and logic are delivered in real-time.
For those who want to create server, mobile, and web applications with complex business logic, integration with other services and systems, and access to hardware.
Basic information about the functionality can be found in our documentation (EN and RU). In the blog and on the YouTube channel, we regularly publish instructions and examples with detailed explanations. If you want to communicate directly with the developers, you can do this in the telegram chat of our community.
We have launched a new series of video tutorials, from which you can learn more about our no-code platform.
The videos will tell you about the capabilities of AppMaster.io:
The following subscription plans are now available:
When choosing from a variety of no-code tools, it is important to be clear about what you want to create in the end. Otherwise, you can find a platform, pay a tariff, start development - and when half of the project is ready, you realize that you lack the functions to complete it. Another common scenario: paying for a feature-rich platform, most of the features of which simply won't come in handy.
Compromises often have to be made. One platform is designed for MVP only. Another is designing great web applications. The third one specializes in mobile. And to design a complex backend, only the fourth is suitable, but then the interface will be quite simple.
Not all no-code constructors create applications that can be "taken away" - that is, download the source code or binaries. The platform also works like an engine, without which the application cannot work. That means, it seems to be yours, but not completely.
If for small applications and MVP this is not critical, then for more serious and long projects the risks are higher. The platform may close. Or the quality of service and technical support will suddenly deteriorate. If the project grows or you decide to expand it, you may not have enough existing functions and capacities. Not to mention the fact that in case of technical work or failures, your resource will also be unavailable.
Dependency on a no-code platform is similar to dependence on a hosting or cloud service, but there is an important difference. If the hoster ceases to suit you, you can always (even if you hire a programmer) move the site. But if it only works on a specific platform, you will have to either accept the situation or develop a new one.
Although there is a positive trend: designers are gradually abandoning attempts to "bind" users. After all, the no-code market is growing, there are more tools, and the ability to provide an independent application is a serious competitive advantage.
No-code development is not suitable for creating something fundamentally new. Of course, there are no-code tools for many custom tasks, business processes, and even game mechanics. In principle, it is possible to create them. But for this, you need to "decompose" the code into separate custom blocks, create templates, test on different tasks.
Therefore, users of no-code platforms will inevitably face restrictions. Sometimes literally a couple of functions are missing to complete a project. Of course, many no-code platforms allow you to add blocks of custom code, while low-code offers even more flexible development. However, neither no-code nor low-code has the same completeness as traditional development. Although many (including us) are sure that with the development of AI, everything will change. But you need to give no-code time.
Now it is better to choose a platform with a developed community, and ideally so that its developers are ready to create blocks for specific projects themselves.
No-code development is always fast, but not always cheap. Platform rates often depend not only on the functionality and service but also on the number of users of the finished application.
Therefore, no-code is not always suitable for long-term projects. After all, the cost per year can be comparable to the cost of traditional development. If you also depend on the platform, you will have to pay further or develop an application from scratch.
If you decided (or originally planned) to hire a professional no-code developer, keep in mind that his work can cost up to $ 100 per hour or more. It's cheaper than hiring a team anyway but hardly suitable for a small startup.
Even if you are going to create a project yourself - find out how much the work of specialists on your platform (or similar ones) costs. After all, their help may be needed at any time.
There are not so many no-code developers who can choose the right tools for your project. Communities most often gather around large platforms or training portals: there is a lot of materials, support, and forums. But you can learn how to work with specific tools, while not knowing even half of the possibilities of no-code.
Therefore, there is still an acute shortage of experts. Sometimes you have to wait for weeks for the required specialist to become available, although the development itself will take several days.
Of course, most no-code constructors are intuitive. But you still have to understand the functionality, the basics of programming, the principles of operation of modern applications. And it is very important to choose the right platform - after all, despite the similarities, when working with each of them some nuances will have to be studied.
Regardless of whether you plan to create a project yourself or hire a specialist, you will have to learn development anyway. At least to find a suitable constructor and understand how successfully the work is progressing.
Yes, of course.
Development speed, adaptability of functionality, compatibility with different platforms, no need for large teams. All of this more than compensates for the limitations and disadvantages of no-code. The main thing is to understand what is important for your project.
Hello, May I ask why cannot store data from Facebook lead ads form into ActiveCampaign through Apiway. I follow the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QV6gEk7DSSQ&t=21s&ab_channel=Apiway but it still does not work at all at the end.
Is it have any solutions to solve this situation? Thank you.
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