Google Visualization API data

The source data colorTable we want to load to our parse.com database is currently in a Google Spreadsheet. With scriptDB, we can access it directly. However,  to load data into parse we need to use the google visualization query API, since we are doing this from a javaScript app.

Using query API


Here's how to use the Google Viz API along with jQuery promises. Since getting the current contents of parse and this are async, we can do them at the same time - using promises to sync up when done.

async google visualization API


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