Here's what we've been up to this month.
already_existed added to the account creation endpoint.
returning an empty array instead of an object.
You can now browse through the API requests that Fiber makes to third-party sources on your behalf. You will find them under the new "Logs" table of your syncs. Requests are identified by account ID and collection, and you can click rows to inspect further.
The Amazon SP source is now generally available for pulling the following resource types: Financial Events, Catalog Offers, Merchant Listings, Catalog Prices, Inventory Summaries, and Open Listing Rows. Other resource types for the Amazon SP source remain in beta and alpha stages.
We've received feedback from numerous teams regarding the difficulties they've encountered when attempting direct integration with the Amazon SP API. It is our hope that this release will unblock product and engineering roadmaps for teams big and small.Link to the documentation →
You can now choose how frequently Fiber makes updates to data inside a collection. Update intervals include every 10 minutes, hourly, every 12 hours, or daily. Intervals start counting from the latest successful pagination that resulted in no incremental updates.
With this release, we aim to provide you with greater control and customization over your data integration processes, allowing for more precise and efficient management of your data flows.
For more information about incremental updates, see our documentation.
Shopify is now a generally-available source on Fiber, with six resource types ready to use in production: Orders, Customers, Products, Custom Collections, Disputes, and Order Transactions. Other resource types remain in alpha or beta stages.
Shopify was the very first source we developed at Fiber, and we're happy to see it reach general availability, after months of solid performance in production.Link to the documentation →
Fiber is now officially launched in the YCombinator W23 directory.
Visit our launch and give us a thumbs up! 👍
After two months at YC, I'm proud to finally announce Fiber to the world. ✌️
Fiber is a third-party integration tool that syncs data from APIs like Shopify or GitHub into developer destinations like Postgres or Amazon S3. Engineering teams using Fiber get to skip months of development work and focus on building a product over a solid layer of third-party data.
Fiber offers a complete solution for data-syncing that teams can use from day one. Setting up your first sync is straightforward: create a database user for Fiber and use the dashboard to register your first few third-party users.
Ready to transform your integration process? Schedule a chat with us and start leveraging the power of Fiber this week.Book a chat →