8 Newest things
|Going Gas. Abridged extracts from my book - Going Gas: from VBA to Apps Script. Featuring examples of the new Execution API.||Goa authentication. An Apps Script library that takes care of authentication to a number of services such as Google, Microsoft, Github and others.|
|Standard noSQL interface for various DBs. Abstracting the flavor of database from the code can help to postpone or change decisions about which one to use. Here's a complete Google Apps Script framework to handle standardized requests to a variety of database back ends.||
|Integrate VBA projects with GitHub. An automated way of managing your VBA code, creating documentation on the fly, getting it to GitHub and creating workbooks directly from GitHub VBA code.||
Getting apps script projects to GitHub. An automated way to get all your libraries, scripts and dependencies to github and generating automatic documentation.
4 most visited things
MAPS and Earth. Integrating Excel with Google Maps and Google Earth, including geoCoding, automatically building data driven web based apps from Excel data, and all things Geo.
||From VBA to Apps Script. Migrating from VBA to Google Apps Script, or using them simultaneously can be hard to get started with. Although this material has been largely superceded by Going Gas, there's stll some useful stuff here.|
4 most geeky things
getting data from Google Fusion tables.
|Asynchronous GAS triggers.The quotas in Google Apps Script often get in the way of being able to do what you need to do. Here's a library to trigger multiple threads and execute them all at the same time.
||Automatic VBA documentation and creation of apps script skeletons. Automating document ,creating Google Visualization and static tables of VBA projects, serialize instances of VBA classes and generating Google Apps Script skeleton of VBA projects.|
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