Print from web service

Hi

I'm a Ph.D. student in a research lab (Biology)
We are using a web-based tool (SaaS) - www.coda.io - as our lab management system, and a Zebra ZT230 printer connected to the network.
We would like to be able to push a button in Coda in order to print a label for the specified database entry (with parameters from that entry, which can be formatted as ZPL).
I can configure the button to either open a URL or to trigger a script in Google Apps Script (JavaScript).
I'll appreciate any guidance and assistance in setting this up
* I have some coding skills but I'm not a developer, so simpler solutions are preferred :)
Thanks a lot!
Asaf

Steven Si
Hi Asaf,

Hi Asaf,

There are two quick solutions for your usecase.

1. Browser Print - This allows to print from a Browser to a Zebra printer, which is either connected through USB or through network.

2. SendFileToPrinter - This is a cloud-based API. It's very simple and easy to integrated with any application. Check out this article for additional information: Use the SendFileToPrinter API for Your Cloud-Based Printing Needs.

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