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|Getting apps script projects to GitHub. Here's a completely automated way to get all your libraries, scripts and dependencies to github and keeping it all fresh.
||Integrating Polymer and Apps Script. Here's an interesting app in Polymer that works together with an Apps Script webapp to display multiuser logs stored in an abstracted database
|Standard noSQL interface to lots of different 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 standard requests to a variety of database back ends||A collection of Google Apps Script Snippets. I add a new one every now and again. Contact me on the forum if you'd like to contribute some snippets. A good place to start if you just want to get a feel for Apps Script, ranging from simple to obscure|
|Integrate VBA projects with GitHub. A completely automated way of managing your VBA code, creating documentation on the fly, getting it to GitHub and creating workbooks directly from GitHub VBA code||Dynamic height GitHub gadget. A Google Sites gadget for displaying your code directly from GitHub on you Google Site
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|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. Creating automatic documentation by examining the functions and classes in a VBA project certainly saves some work. Here you'll find how to create Google Visualization and static tables of VBA projects, serialize instances of VBA classes and create a Google Apps Script skeleton of a VBA project|
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Since many of the hundreds of pages and examples on this site attach to and rely on external services (which may have changed or become unavailable), they may not work as initially designed - or even at all - and some may be out of date or reference deprecated services. Here are some of the other topics I've been playing around with for the past couple of years.
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