Created with React and Material-UI, plus some spreadsheet fetching and parsing code.
Glad to answer any questions!
Are you using Node.js? Would love some feedback on my lib since it seems we are doing the same thing for different user types!
That said, I wish I had stumbled upon your library when I first started out. It looks better designed than the one I initially used (which I promptly abandoned because it couldn't handle certain errors properly, and I decided to roll my own).
What names did you use to try to find it if you don't mind me asking?
I wrote an article about how to set up a platform like those mentioned + with write functionality (https://blog.usejournal.com/how-to-use-google-sheets-as-a-cm...) but I've always wondered if there would really be a market for such a thing. There clearly is anyway for read-only Google Sheet generated sites.
Your article is pretty well written! More people should look to using sheets before hand-rolling a heavy weight solution.
My niche happens to be to quickly create a single visually pleasing web page from a sheet.
"..you have to pay £5,400 per year!"
"Even with the nonprofit pricing it would cost $900 per year."
"Pricing for singe user with one "app" is $60 per month. The "free" version only allows 100 "views" per month. Everytime you go to the page with the app and interface with the tools it counts as a "view". Everytime you refresh the page it is another "view"."
Have you run across this? How did you solve it? Thanks!
But that being said I'm not sure this is static HTML either. You're going to need someway to parse and display that sheet data. Even if its server rendered as static HTML React isn't a bad way to go.