All of Grouparoo's Destinations now have support for sync modes!
This new concept allows you to have more control over what exactly happens when Grouparoo syncs data to Destinations and how it interacts with pre-existing data.
If you are using Pipedrive, you can now use Grouparoo to empower your Sales team through the use of customer data in your database or warehouse.
Grouparoo can now enrich profiles in One Signal.
Many mobile apps use OneSignal to understand and communicate with their customers. Now, you can add data to those devices from your Grouparoo profiles and groups.
In order to perform requests to the APP API required by the newest Sync Modes concept, Grouparoo now asks for the App API key. Customer.io separates their API into 2 different parts, the
TRACK API and the
APP API. However, you cannot access the Track API with the App API key nor, access the App API with the track API key.
Grouparoo has extended our integration with the Salesforce family of tools by adding support for Pardot as a Destination! Pardot is a powerful B2B marketing suite, tightly integrated with the rest of the Salesforce platform.
Grouparoo makes it simple to sync over your Profiles and build Pardot Lists from your product data.
While this example app has been around for a bit, we gave it a few updates recently to make it easier to tinker with. It now uses SQLite as a data source. And it comes with instructions on how to load fake data into a SQLite database prior to running the application. This enables you to try Grouparoo in an end-to-end instance without needing to use your production data.
Grouparoo can now import data from MongoDB!
@grouparoo/mongo plugin can be added to your project to import Profiles and Properties from your MongoDB application database. MongoDB is the first NoSQL database supported by Grouparoo, and all of the same Source features available for relational databases are available for MongoDB - including aggregation Properties, query Properties, and scheduled imports.
Learn how to install plugins by visiting the Grouparoo documentation.
Grouparoo has launched a new section in our documentation: Tutorials!
This new section will be focused on providing you with real-world, step-by-step examples that you can follow to become more familiar with Grouparoo.
We currently have a single tutorial on Declarative Sync, which walks through a basic e-commerce example that syncs data between a SQLite product database Source and Mailchimp as the Destination.
SQLite is a lightweight database that holds its data in a single
.sqlite file on disk. Up until now, Grouparoo has supported SQLite as its application database, but not as a Source or Destination for your customer data.
This new plugin will make it easier to get up and running with real-world examples, as we'll demonstrate in future tutorials and blog posts. Stay tuned!
The Grouparoo UI packages,
@grouparoo/ui-enterprise now install faster and require fewer dependencies on your machines!
npm install, you were also building the webpack bundle. Now, we do this all for you on our build servers. This leads to larger download sizes, but a faster overall install experience as there is no "build" step. Under the hood, we rely on next.js to build and package our UIs.