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Amazon S3 + SendFox Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Amazon S3 and SendFox

About Amazon S3

Amazon Simple Storage Service is simple web services interface that you can use to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.

About SendFox

SendFox is an email marketing tool built for content creators.

SendFox Integrations

Best Amazon S3 and SendFox Integrations

  • Amazon S3 Amazon S3

    Gmail + Amazon S3

    Upload Files in Amazon S3 from new emails on Gmail [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
    When this happens...
    Amazon S3 New Email
     
    Then do this...
    Amazon S3 Upload File

    Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is one of the best scalable, high-speed, web- based cloud storage service available today. Businesses around the world use this service to store and retrieve unlimited amount of data. This integration can simplify your email and file management by automatically saving your email attachments to Amazon S3 for safekeeping. Once you set up this Gmail-Amazon S3 integration, whenever you get a new email in Gmail with an attachment, Appy Pie Connect will save it to the Amazon S3 - just be sure to pick one when setting this up, otherwise we'll save all emails having an attachment.

    How It Works
    • A new email with attachment is received on Gmail
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically saves it to Amazon S3.
    What You Need
    • A Gmail account
    • A Amazon S3 account
  • Amazon S3 Amazon S3

    {{item.triggerAppName}} + {{item.actionAppName}}

    {{item.message}} Read More...
    When this happens...
    Amazon S3 {{item.triggerTitle}}
     
    Then do this...
    {{item.actionAppImage}} {{item.actionTitle}}
Connect Amazon S3 + SendFox in easier way

It's easy to connect Amazon S3 + SendFox without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New or Updated File

    Triggers when you add or update a file in a specific bucket. (The bucket must contain less than 10,000 total files.)

  • New Campaign

    Lists the campaigns.

  • New Contact

    Lists the contacts.

  • New List

    Lists the lists.

  • New Unsubscribe

    Triggered when a contact is unsubscribed.

    Actions
  • Create Bucket

    Create a new Bucket

  • Create Text Object

    Creates a brand new text file from plain text content you specify.

  • Upload File

    Copy an already-existing file or attachment from the trigger service.

  • Create List

    Creates a new list.

  • Unsubscribe Contact

    Unsubscribes a contact.

How Amazon S3 & SendFox Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon S3 as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Amazon S3 with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select SendFox as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate SendFox with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon S3 and SendFox

    What is Amazon S3?

Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3. is an Internet-based storage web service offered by Amazon Web Services. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers.

    What is SendFox?

SendFox is a platform that lets you send push notifications from your server to your iOS and Android applications using web sockets.

    Integration of Amazon S3 and SendFox

In order to add push notifications to our iOS and Android applications we need a service that will perform these tasks for us. One of the services that we can use is SendFox, which is a platform that lets you send push notifications from your server to your iOS and Android applications using web sockets. In order to integrate SendFox with Amazon S3 we need an account on both platforms. Create a SendFox Account here and an Amazon S3 account here. Once we are signed up with both services, we can setup the integration between them. We will do this by preparing our application for sending push notifications. First, we will create a bucket in Amazon S3 and then create a directory in the bucket where we will store our files. For this application, we will use the default Amazon S3 credentials, since we are not storing any sensitive information in this application. Next, we will create an app on SendFox and enter the AWS keys and tokens that SendFox created for us when we signed up for our SendFox account. We will also provide additional information about our application such as the Bundle ID, the logo, etc... Once we have entered all of the required information, click on "Save Changes". Now, we can go back to our code and make changes to it so that it can work with SendFox. In order to do this, we will need to make changes to our ViewController.swift file. We will do this by importing the following modules. import UIKit import WebKit import MobileCoreServices import MobileCoreServices.Accounts import MobileCoreServices.UIKitAccount import MobileCoreServices.PushNotifications Next, we will create an instance of the SFSocketManager class, which will handle all the tasks for sending push notifications. let socketManager = SFSocketManager(. Let's add three methods to our view controller. func setCertificate(filePath. String. { //1 if let path = Bundle.main.path(forResource. "certificate", ofType. "pem"), let fileData = try! Data(contentsOfFile. path. { self.socketManager.setCertificate(fileData. } } func setRegistrationId(regId. String. { //2 if let regId = regId { self.socketManager.setRegistrationId(regId. } } func setPublisherId(pubId. String. { //3 if let pubId = pubId { self.socketManager.setPublisherId(pubId. } } First, we create a method named setCertificate , which accepts a path to our certificate file (.pem. func setCertificate(filePath. String. { //1 if let path = Bundle.main.path(forResource. "certificate", ofType. "pem"), let fileData = try! Data(contentsOfFile. path. { self.socketManager.setCertificate(fileData. } } If the method succeeds and fileData is not nil , then we call the SFSocketManager class' setCertificate method with our certificate data as an argument. func setCertificate(filePath. String. { //1 if let path = Bundle.main.path(forResource. "certificate", ofType. "pem"), let fileData = try! Data(contentsOfFile. path. { self.socketManager.setCertificate(fileData. } } Next, we have a method named setRegistrationId . func setRegistrationId(regId. String. { //2 if let regId = regId { self.socketManager.setRegistrationId(regId. } } This method will accept as input a string named regId (which represents our Registration Id. func setRegistrationId(regId. String. { //2 if let regId = regId { self.socketManager.setRegistrationId(regId. } } And once again, if the input value is not nil , then we call the SFSocketManager class' setRegistrationId method with our registration id as an argument. func setRegistrationId(regId. String. { //2 if let regId = regId { self.socketManager.setRegistrationId(regId. } } Lastly, we have a method named setPublisherId . func setPublisherId(pubId. String. { //3 if let pubId = pubId { self.socketManager.setPublisherId(pubId. } } This method will accept as input a string named pubId (which represents our Publisher Id. func setPublisherId(pubId. String. { //3 if let pubId = pubId { self.socketManager.setPublisherId(pubId. } } And once again, if the input value is not nil , then we call the SFSocketManager class' setPublisherId method with our publisher id as an argument. func setPublisherId(pubId. String. { //3 if let pubId = pubId { self.socketManager.setPublisherId(pubId. } } We now have three methods that will allow us to store information about our application in SendFox's database so that it understands how to use our application for sending push notifications later on. func setCertificate(filePath. String. { //1 if let path = Bundle.main.path(forResource. "certificate", ofType. "pem"), let fileData = try! Data(contentsOfFile. path. { self.socketManager.setCertificate(fileData. } } func setRegistrationId(regId. String. { //2 if let regId = regId { self.socketManager.setRegistrationId(regId. } } func setPublisherId(pubId. String. { //3 if let pubId = pubId { self.socketManager.setPublisherId(pubId. } } Now, we need to implement the didFinishLaunchingWithOptions class method by adding the following code inside it. guard let identifier = Bundle.main .bundleIdentifier else { return } //4 guard let bundleURL = BundleURL (forResource . identifier){ (_, _, _, res . -> URL? in res ? .loadSubresources (true . ? .loadMainResource (with . Bundle (forClass . UIApplication .shared .keyWindow .rootViewController .className ), options . nil , progress . nil . ? .into (. ? .last as? NSURL else { fatalError ("could not load URL (res ! )". } return bundleURL }, from . Bundle (. else { fatalError ("could not get bundle URL". } This code checks whether or not our next statement is true , which means that it checks whether or not an app has already been launched before (i.e., another instance of our app has already been launched by another user. If it turns out that another instance of our app has already been launched before, then it returns. if let identifier = Bundle . main .bundleIdentifier else { return } If another instance of our app has not already been launched before, then it continues execution by checking whether or not there is an app in the launch screen's application folder (which is similar to springboard in IOS. If there is no app in the launch screen's application folder then it returns and closes the app without sending any push notification because it does not know how to handle this situation yet (i.e., it does not know what to do without an app in its application folder. guard let identifier = Bundle . main .bundleIdentifier else { return } guard let bundleURL = BundleURL ( forResource . identifier){ (_, _, _, res . -> URL? in res ? .loadSubresources (true . ? .loadMainResource ( with . Bundle ( forClass . UIApplication . shared . keyWindow . rootViewController . className ), options . nil , progress . nil . ? .into (. ? .last as? NSURL else { fatalError ("could not load URL (res ! )". } return bundleURL }, from . Bundle (. else { fatalError ("could not get bundle URL". } If there is an app in the launch screen's application folder then it proceeds with

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