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Tables vs SheetDB: What are the differences?

Tables: Tables helps teams easily track & automate tasks (by Google). It helps teams easily track & automate tasks, enabling them to save time and work smarter; SheetDB: Turn a Google Spreadsheet into a JSON API. It will turn your sheets into a JSON API, easy to integrate with other tools and all programming languages. We have prepared many libraries working with common tools, other API's and programming languages.

Tables and SheetDB can be primarily classified as "Spreadsheets as a Backend" tools.

Some of the features offered by Tables are:

  • Project & task management
  • IT Operations
  • Customer tracker & sales CRM

On the other hand, SheetDB provides the following key features:

  • Restful api
  • HTML snippet
  • JS library
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What is SheetDB?

SheetDB will turn your sheets into a JSON API, easy to integrate with other tools and all programming languages. We have prepared many libraries working with common tools, other APIs and programming languages.

What is Tables?

It helps teams easily track & automate tasks, enabling them to save time and work smarter.

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