Google Workplace Add-ons are now available for Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Google Workspace Add-ons are already available for Calendar, Gmail, and Google Drive.
There have been Editor Add-ons for a number of years, with Google Workspace Add-ons developers can tap into a new integrated user experience. One of the main differences with Workspace Add-ons is the use of the Card service rather than custom HTML (HTMLService). The benefit of switching to a Card service is cross platform support including integration into Google’s Workspace mobile apps.
Follow the link to the source post for links to all the relevant developer documentation.
Source: Google Workspace Add-ons now generally available in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides
AppSheet and Apps Script bring together a lot of powerful customization and functionality to Google Workspace, but you may be wondering when to use which platform. Here’s the answer.
This post covers various scenarios where you might want to use “AppSheet, Google Cloud’s no-code development platform, and Apps Script, Google Workspace’s integrated low-code development platform”.
It was the last line in the post that particularly caught my eye:
We plan to continue to integrate AppSheet and Apps Script in interesting ways, and to make it even easier for you to build powerful solutions. We’re eager to see what you create.
Source: When to use AppSheet or Apps Script in Google Workspace | Google Cloud Blog