The versatile scriptDB
- Every project can have its own scriptDB, which hold persistent data, accessible as you choose.
- There are no Tables (this is a noSQL database) and querying is done by example. Use data attributes to separate your data into ‘silos’.
- Along with the Google Content Service, You can use scriptDB to serve data in ‘RESTful’ way – in other words with no server required
- A VBA API for scriptDB
- Using scriptDB
- Tracking activity with ScriptDB
- scriptDB as a lockbox
- using scriptDB to enable proxy oAuth
- tracking activity with scriptDB
- scriptDB and content service as a REST server
- silo manager for scriptDB
- Using data from multiple scriptDB
- Locking down scriptDB
- Big arrays and scriptDB
For more like this see From VBA to Google Apps Script.
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Much of the code referred to here is the mcpher library. You can find out how to include it in your project here.