In this article, we'll review the integration with Airtable, and its characteristics and will go through the steps necessary to connect it to Jet Admin
You can connect to Airtable from the data tab on the left menu bar or from the data section within a UI component. You'll need to enter a valid API key (1) and choose a base (2).
Unlike in Airtable, in Jet Admin you can link between bases
After that, you need to choose how you'd like your Airtable to be integrated with Jet Admin. You can either connect directly or sync it with Jet's internal database to get extended functionality.
If you want to be able to combine your Airtable data with data from other data sources, such as Firebase, Google Sheets, or even REST API within the same tables, you should choose the "Sync" connection for Google Sheets. You can learn more about it here:
After having connected your Airtable, you'll be prompted to choose pages you want Jet Admin to generate an admin panel (CRUD pages) for. If you don't want an admin panel to be generated at all, leave all the boxes empty.