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Salesforce tap and new best practices released, plus six new taps in development

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December 7 · Issue #9 · View online
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# Salesforce tap released
The Salesforce tap, built by Stitch, has been released. This tap gives you the ability to:
  • Choose between the Salesforce Bulk or REST API
  • Configure how much of your Salesforce API quota the tap can use
  • Extract data from Salesforce sandbox accounts
  • Extract objects from the newest version of the Salesforce API
Want your tap to be added to the Singer project? Reply to this email and we’ll reach out with more information.
# Best practices
We’ve added logging and exception handling to our growing list of best practices for building taps and targets.
Adding log-appropriate details during the tap execution and sync phases makes errors easier to diagnose. For example, any errors that prevent code from running should be logged as CRITICAL or FATAL, making the relevant error message easy for users or automated scripts to find.
# Six new taps in development
We have added six new taps to the In Progress list on our public roadmap:
  • Bing Ads
  • Codat
  • Criteo
  • Listrak
  • RetailNext
  • Salesforce Marketing Cloud (ExactTarget)
Ping @brian in the Slack community if you’re working on a tap we haven’t heard about yet and we’ll get it added. 
# Join the conversation
Join the Singer Slack community to chat with us and other users of Singer. Feel free ask questions, bounce ideas around, and make suggestions.
Singer is sponsored by Stitch, a fully managed data pipeline. With Stitch you can run Singer taps on your schedule, stream the data to your warehouse, and enjoy automated monitoring and alerting.
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