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By Philip_Arad
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Submitted: Apr 13 2014 / 13:24

Google Apps Script is a JavaScript-based programming language that works on the cloud and is 100% free to use. It provides all the tools necessary for Google services to work. Users can easily transfer any data from one service to another, save their important e-mails as files, save and share files with anybody, and even build their own website. It’s a great way of allowing people with minimal technical knowledge to create great solutions for their company. If you intend to dive into it, I suggest you the new book from 'Packt publishing', 'Google Apps Script for Beginners' (see http://bit.ly/Q8neTD) This book is a practical hands-on guide which is presented and explained with working examples to help you get started with Google Apps Script. You will create custom functions in your spreadsheets, design your own forms, filter your emails, and publish web applications that you can use every day. You will be able to share just about anything that can be shared: from basic spreadsheet functionality and customization to fully automated workflows. You will learn to embed scripts and text documents in Google sites, and will also be taken through standalone applications and user interfaces. This book will gives you an overview of the many resources available to help improve your learning experience. If you are an application developer with no knowledge of App Script, and would like to learn to build apps using Google Apps script from scratch, then this book is for you.
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