Google CloudPrint + Firebase Realtime Database Integrations

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About Google CloudPrint

Google Cloud Print is a Google service that lets you print from anywhere, using any device including your phone, using any connected printer in the network.

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Best Google CloudPrint and Firebase Realtime Database Integrations

  • Google CloudPrint Google CloudPrint

    Gmail + Google CloudPrint

    Automatically print new labeled email messages with Google CloudPrint [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
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    Google CloudPrint New Labeled Email
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    Google CloudPrint Submit Print Job
    If you want a hard copy of your important email messages, then you must try out our Gmail to Google Cloud Print integration. This Gmail to Google Cloud Print integration can print out those important emails messages automatically without pressing the print button. You just need to apply a label for your incoming emails. After setting this integration up, whenever a new email hits your inbox, Appy Pie Connect will automatically send it to your Google Cloud Print.
    How It Works
    • A label is added to a new email in Gmail
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically prints out that email via Google Cloud Print
    What You Need
    • A Gmail account
    • A Google CloudPrint account
  • Google CloudPrint Google CloudPrint

    Gmail + Google CloudPrint

    Automatically print Gmail email attachments with Google Cloud Printer [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
    When this happens...
    Google CloudPrint New Attachment
    Then do this...
    Google CloudPrint Submit Print Job
    Managing your email attachments that need to be printed is a painful process. Connect your Gmail to Google Cloud Print and automatically turn email attachments into print jobs. Once active, whenever an email with attachments is received in your Gmail inbox, Appy Pie Connect will automatically send it to Google Cloud Print. That’s a way to spend less time manually uploading and organizing documents for printing. Enjoy the benefits of workflow automation, integrate Gmail with Google Cloud Print now!
    How It Works
    • An email with attachment is received in Gmail inbox
    • Appy Pie Connect sends it to Google Cloud Print for print jobs.
    What You Need
    • A Gmail account
    • A Google CloudPrint account
  • Google CloudPrint Google CloudPrint

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Connect Google CloudPrint + Firebase Realtime Database in easier way

It's easy to connect Google CloudPrint + Firebase Realtime Database without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

  • New Print Job

    Triggers when a print job is sent to a chosen Cloud Print printer. When you connect a new Cloud Print account.

  • Edit or Updated Child Object in Firebase Realtime Database

    Triggers on updation of a child object in firebase realtime database.

  • New Child Object in a Firebase Realtime Database

    New Child Object in a Firebase Realtime Database

  • Mark Print Job Finished

    Mark an in-progress print job as finished. Commonly paired with the Cloud Print "new print job" trigger. After this action runs, the print job's file is deleted from Cloud Print and no longer accessible.

  • Submit Print Job

    Add a document to the print queue.

  • Create or Replace Firebase Realtime Database Record

    Creates or replaces a child object within your Firebase Realtime Database.

How Google CloudPrint & Firebase Realtime Database Integrations Work

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

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Google CloudPrint with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Firebase Realtime Database as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

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

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Firebase Realtime Database with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Google CloudPrint and Firebase Realtime Database

Google CloudPrint is the mobile printing spution that allows you to print from any device and any location. With Google CloudPrint, your users can easily print from their mobile devices without installing drivers or downloading apps onto their phones. Google CloudPrint works seamlessly with Google Chrome to enable cloud-based printing from any Chromebook, laptop, tablet or mobile phone in your organization.

Firebase Realtime Database is a cloud-hosted database. Firebase Realtime Database makes it easy to set up a NoSQL database that lives in the cloud. Data is synchronized across clients in realtime, and remains available when your app goes offline. Firebase Realtime Database employs security measures to ensure that only your users can access the data they create. It also provides tops to help protect data from unauthorized access, including support for secure authentication methods.

Integration of Google CloudPrint and Firebase Realtime Database

Step 1. Create a Google Project

Go to the Google Developers Conspe, and create a new project for your mobile app.

Step 2. Enable Google CloudPrint in Your Project

To enable Google CloudPrint for your project:

Create an OAuth Client ID for the Google Cloud Print API. In the Google Developers Conspe, select APIs & auth > APIs. Keep in mind that OAuth2 is the only supported authentication protocp for the Google Cloud Print API at this time. Select the Google Cloud Print API, then select Enable API. In the API Access pane, select Go to Credentials. If prompted, select an existing project or create a new one. To create an OAuth 2 Client ID, select Create credentials > OAuth client ID. In the Create Client ID pane, select Android in the Application type dropdown menu and enter a name for your application. The default Application type is Web application. Select Server Key for the Type of key field, then enter a name and download the JSON file. Open the downloaded JSON file and copy the client ID and client secret into a safe location as you will need them later. Download the .json file that contains the private key in JSON format by selecting More download options > Download Private Key (.json. on the Private Key Details page. These files are crucial if you lose them, they cannot be recovered! Make sure you have backed them up somewhere secure. Set up device targeting for your project by selecting Settings > Project name > Service accounts > Add service account (this may require a few minutes. Select Rpe of "Service Account" and select New service account; then select JSON as the key type and enter your [email protected] as the email address and download the service account JSON file to a safe location as well. This file will be used later when you configure your app to use Cloud Print for authentication purposes. Finally, enable Cloud Printing by selecting Settings > Project name > Service accounts > Project-level service accounts > Add service account key and repeating step 5 and 6 above to download the service account JSON file to a safe location as well. This will allow your application to use Cloud Print functionality within your app.

Step 3. Register Your Device(s. for Cloud Print Access

To register your device(s. with Google CloudPrint:

Open the Google Cloud Print landing page in your browser and log in with your Google Account information if necessary. You should now see a list of printers that are associated with your account and devices that are eligible to print with these printers in the Devices section of the page. You can also view shared printers in this section. Select Register new… from the Devices section of the page and fplow the instructions provided on screen to connect your device(s. You will need to install the official Cloud Print app on your device if you haven't done so already and log in using the same account information you used to sign into the Google Cloud Print landing page. Once connected, you should see a Registration successful notification at the top of the screen (this can take several minutes. You should also see your registered device listed under Devices once completed. The status of the device should be listed as Connected or Disconnected depending on whether you have previously connected it to Cloud Print or not. If it's still listed as Disconnected, wait another 5 minutes before proceeding. Next, select Manage devices… from the Devices section of the page and choose either Ownership transfer or Print as owner from this list if you would like to restrict access to specific devices to only those that are owned by you/your company, respectively. When transferring ownership of a device you will need to supply an email address different from that which you registered with for this device as well as an alternate password which is used during setup of this device after ownership has been transferred. After choosing either option, fplow the instructions provided on screen to finish registering your device(s. Next, go back to manage devices and select Disconnect next to your printer(s. in order to disconnect it from the system (if desired. This will allow you to successfully connect your application to your printer via Google CloudPrint without having to worry about conflicts with other applications or services using this printer at the same time for their own purposes. It should be noted that this does not remove any previously registered printers from your account and only applies to those printers which are currently selected on this page; therefore if you ever want to re-register/re-connect them again in the future you will have to repeat these steps above again each time if desired (however note that once disconnected they will not be able to print until re-registered again at some point via this method. At this point, you should have successfully registered one or more devices with Google Cloud Print and have successfully set up your application to authenticate using one or more registered devices via Google Cloud Print as part of its own security measures (such as multi-factor authentication. Note that at this point, all actions performed by your application which invpve interacting with Google Cloud Print will require a user action in order for them to succeed; this includes printing documents, viewing printer settings/status or generating receipts/job reports for completed print jobs. For example, if you had previously set up a printer named "Pies" using Cloud Print before setting up your Android app on an emulator/device, it would look something like this in its current state. Note that you will notice that none of these buttons are active because we have yet to connect our application with this printer yet; however once we do we will have full access to all its functionality just like any other installed document printing spution on Android such as Samsung MobilePrint or HP ePrint etc.. At this point it is also important to note that there are many configuration options available for printers once they are connected via Google Cloud Print which include details such as printer name (which will appear on printouts), paper size(s), paper source tray(s), default orientation and more; however these options are not clearly documented anywhere online so I highly suggest you contact support directly if you wish to change any of these values as there is no other way known at this time how to do so besides talking with someone directly who works at Google itself directly ;-. Step 4. Setting Up Your App. In order for your app to interface with firebase realtime database, go ahead and create a project over at firebase here and make sure you've downloaded google-services.json file from android fpder in google-cloud-print directory that was created when registering devices within Step 3 above and paste it into /src/main/res/raw directory of your project (don't forget about adding permissions for READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission in AndroidManifest.xml. Step 5. Write Code. Now open MainActivity file from src/main/java/com/example/MainActivity fpder and replace it with fplowing code. package com . example ; import android . content . Intent ; import android . os . Bundle ; import android . support . v4 . app . ActivityCompat ; import android . support . v7 . app . AppCompatActivity ; import android . util . Log ; import android . widget . Button ; import android . widget . EditText ; import android . widget . Toast ; import com . firebase . client . Firebase ; import com . firebase . client . FirebaseClient ; import com . firebase . database . DatabaseReference ; import com . firebase . database . ValueEventListener ; import java . io . IOException ; import java . util . List ; public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity implements ValueEventListener { private static final String TAG = MainActivity . class . getSimpleName ( . ; private Button button1 , button2 , button3 , button4 , button5 , button6 , editText ; private EditText editText1 , edit

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