WordPress How to integrate SiteOrigin Widgets by CodeLights with Google Big queryJanuary 06, 2019
WordPress is a free and open-source content management system based on PHP and MySQL
BigQuery is a RESTful web service that enables interactive analysis of massively large datasets.
Miraget offers you a convenient and easy way to integrate WordPress and Google Big query with no coding.
To integrate your “SiteOrigin Widgets by CodeLights” data captured in your WordPress website, with Google Big query, do the following:
Download the plugin WordPress Miraget Connector from the list of available Extends or modules, for this go to WordPress Extends or modules then search for Miraget Connector
Install and activate the plugin and click on Configure .
Then follow the steps below :
- In the Specific Settings Box, within source input type and select “SiteOrigin Widgets by CodeLights” extends or plugin.
- Select the tables to sync.
- Select Google Big query in System Target
- Fill all the input field with your Google Big query credentials
- Click to submit form
Your feed will start working within few minutes in real time.
If you require a custom integration, please get in touch with us to discuss your mapping rules, so we can implement them and create a unique ingestion feed for your website.
With Miraget you can integrate WordPress with Google Big query in a number of ways. If you need to load data in one direction, you can use Miraget plugin. For loading data in both directions, Miraget offers powerful data synchronization services.
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