In less than 2 minutes, you'll be building on a Postgres database that replicates your data from third-party APIs in real-time.
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We sync third-party APIs to a Postgres follower database hosted on AWS.
At the moment, we support Airtable and Stripe, with more platforms on the way.
Because Stripe supports webhooks, our Stripe databases are never more than a couple seconds behind the Stripe API. The lag time of our Airtable databases depends on the size of your Airtable base and is indicated in the Sync Inc console.
Your Sync Inc database is read-only. We believe in a one-way data flow: read from your Sync Inc database, write to the service’s API (eg Airtable or Stripe). Then those changes will flow down to your Sync Inc database for you to read again.
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