If you are using the Maps.Directions API, and plotting many source/destination points, you may be hitting quota problems (too many calls in too short a time, maximum daily allowance). Here's how to automate the use of waypoints to make your quota go further - reducing the number of API calls required by as much as x 20.
As you will know by now, ScriptDB is now deprecated. A year or so ago, I published some articles on alternatives to ScriptDB on the desktop liberation site, one of which was Parse.com. This has turned out to be one of the most popular topics. Here's how to get started and get your data off scriptDB.
"The integration to Virtual PBX is a custom gateway designed to harvest PBX call data logs and filter them based on calls associated with reservations extensions. I used Google Apps Script to automate the update of call data in near-real-time despite the fact that a formal API is not available from this PBX provider.
The data is stored into a 13 column spreadsheet capable of handling approximately 25,000 calls per month with a ceiling of about two years worth of data. All processes and integration with Virtual PBX is handled by Google Apps Scripts (GAS) and available as an installable service"
If you are writing Apps Script webapps and accessing some of the Google JSON APIs services, you're going to need to deal with oAuth2. This library using the statetokenbuilder should help get it right first time.
ExtremeTech Google's Quantum Computing Playground turns your PC into a quantum computer ExtremeTech ... not quite: You can simulate a quantum computer on your PC by running the Quantum Computing Playground web app for Chrome.