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Google Apps Scripts Collection - The Best Google Scripts

Google Apps Scripts Collection - The Best Google Scripts
Google Scripts offer programmatic access to most Google products including Gmail, Google Docs, Google Drive, Analytics, Google Contacts, Calendar, Maps and Google Analytics. The Google scripts are written in regular JavaScript language and they are hosted on Google’s servers. Here’s an always-updated collection of Google Scripts that will help you do more with your favorite Google products. And you don’t have to be programmer to use any of these scripts. Hire Google Apps Script Developer

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How to Import Web Data into Google Docs with ImportHTML This video tutorial explains how you can import web data – like HTML tables and lists – from external web pages into your Google Docs sheets with a simple formula. You have been using Google Docs to create basic documents and spreadsheets but did you know that Google’s cloud-based Office suite can do even more. For instance, you can directly import data from web pages and edit it inside Google Docs. You can translate the text of a cell from one language to another. You can read RSS feeds inside Google Docs.

Everything you need to know about Loading Animations A brief history of loading animations. For such type of feedback, designers use progress bars, loading indicators, preloaders or spinners. They explain to users when something is happening or loading and ideally reduce mental waiting time. When do you think designers start thinking about that type of feedback?I was surprised to see articles on Nielsen Norman, mentioning response times and loading animation is 1993 (with the reference to 1985 resources): In cases where the computer cannot provide fairly immediate response, continuous feedback should be provided to the user in form of a percent-done indicator [Myers 1985, “ The importance of percent-done progress indicators for computer-human interfaces.”].

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14 of the best JavaScript APIs Here's our pick of the best JavaScript APIs around right now, plus a guide to getting started using them. These will help you add new and interesting functionality to your sites and apps. A word of warning: many of these APIs are still in development, so make sure you check browser support before you start using them, and provide fallbacks where necessary. You can now download your entire Google Search history "Oh brilliant, now I can download my entire Google search history as one easy-to-read document," said no-one in the world, ever. Google has enabled a feature allowing users to collate every single desperate thing that they've ever searched for on a lonely Friday night, whether it's "is [insert ex-partner's name] married", "jellyfish porn" or "how big does a genital wart have to become before you call 999?". If, for some inexplicable reason, you would like to archive every last miserable shot in the dark you've fired out into the WWW, head over to the Google Account History page, where there is now the option to download a copy of your data and create an archive.

CSS Get the lowdown on the key pieces of Bootstrap's infrastructure, including our approach to better, faster, stronger web development. HTML5 doctype Bootstrap makes use of certain HTML elements and CSS properties that require the use of the HTML5 doctype.

Breaking CSS Custom Properties out of :root Might Be a Good Idea Share this: HelloSign: Everything IT requires and Developers love CSS Custom Properties have been a hot topic for a while now, with tons of great articles about them, from great primers on how they work to creative tutorials to do some real magic with them. If you’ve read more than one or two articles on the topic, then I’m sure you’ve noticed that they start by setting up the custom properties on the :root about 99% of the time. While putting custom properties on the :root is great for things that you need to be available throughout your site, there are times when it makes more sense to scope your custom properties locally. In this article, we’ll be exploring:

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