With the recent advancements in artificial intelligence, many people have predicted that AI will eventually replace humans in the workforce. This has led to many questions about what type of tasks will be performed by our human workforce. Here is an example on how a Google App Script can fulfill a job similar to a human copywriter – formatting text with colors and fonts for web design quickly!
Google App Script allows you to create basic applications that can interact with Google Cloud Platform services. In this example, we’ll show you how to load data from a Google Sheets spreadsheet into a GCP Data Warehouse table.
Google Sheets is a free online spreadsheet service provided by Google. It offers powerful editing capabilities, as well as the ability to connect to various external data sources. We can use App Script to manipulate and load the data from our Sheets spreadsheet into our GCP Data Warehouse table.
You can find the completed example code for this blog post on GitHub.
In this blog post, we will show you how to load data from a Google Sheets spreadsheet into a GCP Data Warehouse table using App Script.
First, we will create a new AppScript project in Visual Studio 2017 and add the Google Sheets libraries. After that, we will write the simple app script that will load the data from our sheet into our warehouse table. Finally, we will test the script locally and then deploy it to an instance of GCPAML run on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE).
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Blog Section: First Test
In this post, we’ll be creating a simple “Hello World” script. This script will take input from a user via the form provided on our website and print out “Hello World!” as a response.:
Step 1 – Create a New Google App Script Project
To begin working on our example, we first need to create a new Google App Script project. To do so, open up your favorite editor (we used Sublime Text here) and type the following into the editor’s console:
appscript create myExampleApp scriptname
A Google App Script Example
Last week, I wrote a blog post about how to use Google App Script to create a simple chatbot. In that post, I explained how to create a simple chatbot using the provided example. This week, I’ll be sharing another Google App Script example – this time, it’s a blog reader!
In this example, we’ll be using the Google Sign-in API to authenticate a user and then fetch their latest blog posts from the Google Blog Search API. We’ll also use App Script’s built-in logging features to track the user’s activity as they read through the posts. Finally, we’ll show you how to export the data collected in this example into a JSON file for further analysis.
So let’s get started! First, we need to create a new app script project in the Google Developers Console:
Next, we need to add our dependencies. We’ll be using the Google Sign-in API and the Google Blog Search API in this example, so we need to add both of those libraries:
Once our dependencies are added, open up app.js in your editor of choice and add the following lines of code:
Google App Script is a powerful web scripting language that can be used to automate tasks and processes on your website. In this example, we’ll create a script that will automatically add a video to our blog posts.
To start, we’ll need a Google Account and an App Script project. Click the “Create new Project” button on the App Script home page, and enter the following information: Name: Blog Add Video
Location: Try copy this URL: https://docs.google.com/appscript/create?id=0A3WcV8xFyj1cVNlNjK3NTNzNTE&outputs=js&version=2
Once you’ve created the project, you’ll need to add the Google App Script library. To do this, open the AppScript file in your text editor of choice and add the following lines at the top of the file: importScript(“https://storage.googleapis.com/appscripts/v2/lib/google-contacts.min.js”) importScript(“https://storage.googleapis.com/appscripts/v2/lib/jasmine-core