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Event Start from the Google Calendar API
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Delete a Thread with the Threads API
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Getting Started

This integration creates a workflow with a Google Calendar trigger and Threads action. When you configure and deploy the workflow, it will run on Pipedream's servers 24x7 for free.

  1. Select this integration
  2. Configure the Event Start trigger
    1. Connect your Google Calendar account
    2. Select a calendarId
    3. Configure timer
  3. Configure the Delete a Thread action
    1. Connect your Threads account
    2. Configure Thread ID
  4. Deploy the workflow
  5. Send a test event to validate your setup
  6. Turn on the trigger

Details

This integration uses pre-built, open source components from Pipedream's GitHub repo. These components are developed by Pipedream and the community, and verified and maintained by Pipedream.

To contribute an update to an existing component or create a new component, create a PR on GitHub. If you're new to Pipedream component development, you can start with quickstarts for trigger span and action development, and then review the component API reference.

Trigger

Description:Emits a specified time before an event starts
Version:0.0.1
Key:google_calendar-event-start

Trigger Code

const _ = require("lodash");
const googleCalendar = require("../../google_calendar.app.js");

module.exports = {
  key: "google_calendar-event-start",
  name: "Event Start",
  description: "Emits a specified time before an event starts",
  version: "0.0.1",
  dedupe: "unique", // Dedupe events based on the Google Calendar event ID
  props: {
    googleCalendar,
    calendarId: {
      type: "string",
      async options() {
        const calListResp = await this.googleCalendar.calendarList();
        const calendars = _.get(calListResp, "data.items");
        if (calendars) {
          const calendarIds = calendars.map((item) => {
            return { value: item.id, label: item.summary };
          });
          return calendarIds;
        }
        return [];
      },
    },
    timer: {
      type: "$.interface.timer",
      default: {
        intervalSeconds: 5 * 60, // five minutes
      },
    },
  },
  async run(event) {
    const intervalMs = 1000 * (event.interval_seconds || 300); // fall through to default for manual testing
    const now = new Date();

    const timeMin = now.toISOString();
    const timeMax = new Date(now.getTime() + intervalMs).toISOString();

    const config = {
      calendarId: this.calendarId,
      timeMax,
      timeMin,
      singleEvents: true,
      orderBy: "startTime",
    };
    const resp = await this.googleCalendar.getEvents(config);

    const events = _.get(resp.data, "items");
    if (Array.isArray(events)) {
      for (const event of events) {
        const eventStart = _.get(event, "start.dateTime");
        start = new Date(eventStart);
        const msFromStart = start.getTime() - now.getTime();
        if (eventStart && msFromStart > 0 && msFromStart < intervalMs) {
          const { summary, id } = event;
          this.$emit(event, {
            summary,
            id,
            ts: +new Date(event.start.dateTime),
          });
        }
      }
    } else {
      console.log("nothing to emit");
    }
  },
};

Trigger Configuration

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.
LabelPropTypeDescription
Google CalendargoogleCalendarappThis component uses the Google Calendar app.
calendarIdstringSelect a value from the drop down menu.
timer$.interface.timer

Trigger Authentication

Google Calendar uses OAuth authentication. When you connect your Google Calendar account, Pipedream will open a popup window where you can sign into Google Calendar and grant Pipedream permission to connect to your account. Pipedream securely stores and automatically refreshes the OAuth tokens so you can easily authenticate any Google Calendar API.

Pipedream requests the following authorization scopes when you connect your account:

emailprofilehttps://www.googleapis.com/auth/calendar.eventshttps://www.googleapis.com/auth/calendar.readonlyhttps://www.googleapis.com/auth/calendar.settings.readonly

About Google Calendar

Scheduling calendar service developed by Google

Action

Description:Delete a thread
Version:0.0.1
Key:threads-delete-thread

Action Code

const threads = require("../../threads.app.js");

module.exports = {
  key: "threads-delete-thread",
  name: "Delete a Thread",
  description: "Delete a thread",
  version: "0.0.1",
  type: "action",
  props: {
    threads,
    threadID: {
      propDefinition: [
        threads,
        "threadID",
      ],
    },
  },
  async run() {
    return await this.threads.deleteThread({
      threadID: this.threadID,
    });
  },
};

Action Configuration

This component may be configured based on the props defined in the component code. Pipedream automatically prompts for input values in the UI.

LabelPropTypeDescription
ThreadsthreadsappThis component uses the Threads app.
Thread IDthreadIDstring

Navigate to your thread on the Threads website. The URL will be threads.com/${thread_id}

Action Authentication

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

Visit your Integrations settings in your Threads account, and create a new API key in the API Keys section.

About Threads

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Use $checkpoint to save state in one workflow invocation and read it the next time your workflow runs.

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