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I’m sure many of you have come across Romain Vialard who has been contributing to the Google Apps Script community since the product was in beta.
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Source: Mergo – Mail Merge for Gmail – Back to school
A week ago Google announced the availability of an improved code editor for Google Apps Script. … In this article, I’ll focus on the changes related to Versions and Deployments in Apps Script.
Post from Romain Vialard unpicking deployments with the new Apps Script IDE. Romain highlights lots of very useful tips and things to be aware of when deploying Apps Script projects, in particular:
For existing scripts, deploying from the new IDE will create a new deployment with a different url for your web app
Source: Deploy easily with the new Google Apps Script IDE
Retrieve the source code linked to a specific version of your Apps Script project then save it as a new Apps Script project – RomainVialard/access-code-of-older-versions
Neat solution from Romain Vialard to retrieve a previous version of your Apps Script code. There is an open feature request to have this as a built-in feature of Apps Script (as noted by Romain recovering a previous script version is also possible using clasp using pull and an optional version number).
A post dedicated to devs and highlighting the power of the Slides API.
Use Google Apps Script and the Google Slides API to create a card game like Dobble.
Source: Google Slides API — a deep dive on its powerful image manipulation methods
Upload a few images to Google Drive, press a trigger to start a little Apps Script code and get your own Dobble game on Google Slides.
This tutorial will guide you into creating your own Dobble card deck with Google Slides, which you can easily print for use in your day to day life.
Source: Make your own Dobble / Spot It game with Google Slides and Apps Script