EncodeApp is a GAS library for retrieving the encoding set (charset) and doing URL encode with the specific encoding set using Google Apps Script (GAS). – tanaikech/EncodeApp
Library’s project key: 1DsJdRQ9D6nXgbxVVvOroM3EYJOcB197Isvt2Sl4sziW3m9IqqeB9YoWy
Regular Google Apps Script Community contributor Bruce Mcpherson has published a list of all the Google Apps Script libraries he’s developed since 2012. The list includes links to the source repositories and if you spot a library you like the sound of you can search for more information on Bruce’s Desktop Liberation site .
Source: List of shared Apps Script libraries · Issue #31 · brucemcpherson/desktopliberation
This little tutorial is going to guide us through the steps that will allow us to work, push and pull Google Apps Script code from the online editor to Visual Studio Code.
Related to the clasp CLI from Google, this short guide gets you set up with clasp, installing an auto-completion library, and pushing a project from VS Code to your Apps Script project online.
Source: Working with Google Apps Script in Visual Studio Code using clasp – Yagisanatode
I’m a public school teacher writing Apps Script projects to manage documentation and to make life easier in general. You can read more on my blog, blog.ohheybrian.com or follow me on Twitter, @bennettscience.
Google Apps Script library for Bkper.
Bkper “provide a simple way to work with Finances and Accounting on Google Cloud”. The BkperApp is a Google Apps Script library they have published so that other developers have an easy way to interact with the Bkper API. There are a couple of reasons for highlighting BkperApp. First it’s great to see a company invest in developing and publishing a Google Apps Script library for their product. The BkperApp code is worth looking at because the code has been developed in clasp using TypeScript. Finally the code is open source (Apache License 2.0) so if you are thinking of developing a library for your own product BkperApp might provide a useful starting point in terms of how you structure your project.
When dealing with matching in sheets, you sometimes need to get close matches. This post shares the “Rough” namespace of the cUseful library
Source: Roughly matching text – Desktop Liberation