It actually is really easy to add the Virtru SDK to your project, as I’ll demonstrate through the construction of a “Protect & Share” Google Docs add-on.
I’m not familiar with Virtru but in this post from Trevor Foskett (Senior Solutions Engineer at Virtru) shows how their product can easily be integrated into Google Docs as an add-on. You’ll hopefully find this post useful to find out about Virtru as well as how client side and server side processing can be handled using Google Apps Script.
Source: Use Google Apps Script to Securely Share Google Docs
Now you can get the Action Items (AIs) delivered right to your inbox! Joanna Smith’s (@dontmesswithjo) custom solution to integrate Google Docs with Apps Script allows you to send everyone a personalized list of their AIs at the end of every meeting.
Source: Send automatic FYI emails for Meeting Action Items
I wanted to update one of my free Google Add-on apps that works with colour. What I had is just the standard HTML color input element where the user selects from the palette and that hexadecimal colour code … had always wanted to create a tool for a sidebar or dialogue box that would allow the user to easily access the standard colours or use the custom palette provided by the HTML color input”
Continue reading this post to find out how you can implement your own copy of the colour picker
Source: Google Apps Script: Google Standard Color Palette Picker for Sidebar and Dialog Boxes in Google Sheets, Google Docs and Google Slides – Yagisanatode