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AWS S3

AWS S3

AWS S3, meet Retool.

Retool makes it easy to build admin panels, dashboards, and utilities on top of your AWS S3 data.


Amazon S3 is an object storage solution.

Connecting Retool to S3 takes just a few minutes, and lets you quickly build UIs to browse, download, and upload files on S3. For example, you could build a custom file explorer for S3 complete with a file preview. You can also use this integration to let users upload photos and then store the uploaded URL in a database like MongoDB.

Read the Retool + AWS S3 integration docs for more information.

AWS S3

Supercharge your business operations with Retool and AWS S3.


Retool allows us to deliver a ton of internal apps fast. These apps are critical to the business, but our engineers rarely have time. With Retool, you can go from idea to app instantly. Our operations are significantly more effective.

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Apps you can build with AWS S3 and Retool

What is AWS S3?

Amazon S3 is an object storage service with finely-tuned access controls.

Read the Retool + AWS S3 integration docs for more information.


What operations are supported with AWS S3 on Retool?

  • List all files in a bucket
    Specify a bucket name, max keys, a prefix to filter, or a delimiter.

  • Read a file
    Via a bucket name and file key.

  • Download a file
    Via a bucket name and file key.

  • Generate a signed URL
    Choose GET or PUT and provide generation options.

  • Upload data
    Specify a file type and name and upload any data.

  • Copy a file to a new location
    Choose a copy source and a destination bucket.

  • Delete a file
    Delete a file from an S3 bucket.


const newStage = Object.assign(job_stage_form.data, { Type: select1.value })
const new_job_stages = job_stages.value.concat(newStage)
job_stages.setValue(new_job_stages)
modal1.close()
select1.setValue(null)

const index = i; // variable which is the index of the button that triggered this
const newData = Array.from(job_stages.value);
newData.splice(i, 1)
job_stages.setValue(newData);

var rawData = getProductDetails.data
var prdStlCmpLst = new Array()
for (x in rawData)
if (rawData[x]["dim_date_shops_products.material_family"] == select19.value)
prdStlCmpLst.push(rawData[x]["dim_date_shops_products.taxonomy_style"])
return prdStlCmpLst
SELECT
nps.'Product Feedback',
nps.nps_count as NPS,
feedbacks.feedback_count as Feedback,
sfdc.sfdc_count as Salesforce,
sfdc.opp_dollars as Opportunity_Dollars
from
{{npsTableCounts.data}} as nps
join {{feedbackTableCounts.data}} as feedbacks on nps.'Product Feedback' = feedbacks.FeedbackID
join {{sfdcTableCounts.data}} as sfdc on sfdc.FeedbackID = nps.'Product Feedback'
where
(
{{ multiselect2.value.length === 0 }}
OR nps.'Product Feedback' = ANY({{ multiselect2.value }})
)
     

In Retool, you can join AWS S3 data with anything.

Retool connects to most databases and nearly anything with a REST or GraphQL API. Read in data from mongoDB, join it via SQL, record user approvals, and POST the result to Stripe to create invoices. Retool empowers you to work with all of your data sources inside of a single app.