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Create a workflow to Add Data Store Record with the NiftyImages API. When you configure and deploy the workflow, it will run on Pipedream's servers 24x7 for free.

  1. Configure the Add Data Store Record action
    1. Connect your NiftyImages account
    2. Configure Data Store API Key
  2. Select a trigger to run your workflow on HTTP requests, schedules or app events
  3. Deploy the workflow
  4. Send a test event to validate your setup
  5. Turn on the trigger


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Add Data Store Record on NiftyImages
Description:Create or update a Data Store Record [See docs here](https://api.niftyimages.com/)


import niftyimages from "../../app/niftyimages.app.mjs";
import { defineAction } from "@pipedream/types";
import { ConfigurationError } from "@pipedream/platform";
export default defineAction({
    name: "Add Data Store Record",
    description: "Create or update a Data Store Record [See docs here](https://api.niftyimages.com/)",
    key: "niftyimages-add-data-store-record",
    version: "0.0.1",
    type: "action",
    props: {
        dataStoreApiKey: {
            label: "Data Store API Key",
            description: `The API Key for the Data Store you want to create/update a record on.
        To find this, go to **Data Sources**, choose a Data Store, and click on **"Use Our API"**.
        *Note that only a **Custom Store** can be updated.*`,
            type: "string",
            reloadProps: true,
    async additionalProps() {
        const newProps = {};
        const apiKey = this.dataStoreApiKey?.trim();
        let fields;
        try {
            fields = await this.niftyimages.getDataStoreFields(apiKey);
        catch (err) {
            throw new ConfigurationError("Error fetching data - please check the **API Key**.");
        const newPropNames = [];
        fields.forEach((field) => {
            const { name, type, date_input_format, } = field;
            newProps[name] = {
                label: this.niftyimages.getFieldLabel(field),
                description: date_input_format
                    ? `Must be a date in the \`${date_input_format}\` format`
                    : undefined,
                type: this.niftyimages.getFieldPropType(type),
        newProps["$fieldNames"] = {
            label: "Fields to Update",
            description: "Comma-separated list of the fields to be updated (defaults to all).",
            type: "string",
            optional: true,
            default: newPropNames.join(),
        return newProps;
    async run({ $ }) {
        // I had to explicitly cast the type here due to a current limitation
        // in the action type combined with the additionalProps method
        const $this = this;
        const strNames = $this.$fieldNames?.trim();
        if (!strNames) {
            throw new ConfigurationError("Please check the `Fields to Update` prop.");
        const data = {};
        strNames.split(",").forEach((fieldName) => {
            const name = fieldName.trim();
            data[name] = $this[name];
        const params = {
            apiKey: $this.dataStoreApiKey,
        const response = await $this.niftyimages.addRecord(params);
        $.export("$summary", "Updated record successfully");
        return response;


This component may be configured based on the props defined in the component code. Pipedream automatically prompts for input values in the UI and CLI.
NiftyImagesniftyimagesappThis component uses the NiftyImages app.
Data Store API KeydataStoreApiKeystring

The API Key for the Data Store you want to create/update a record on.

To find this, go to Data Sources, choose a Data Store, and click on "Use Our API".

Note that only a Custom Store can be updated.


NiftyImages uses API keys for authentication. When you connect your NiftyImages account, Pipedream securely stores the keys so you can easily authenticate to NiftyImages APIs in both code and no-code steps.

To retrieve your API key,

  • Navigate to your NiftyImages account and sign in
  • Go to Settings > Integrations/Plugins > API

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