" spreadsheet tracking all of the 2013 hacks that had declared a Github repo in their information pages. You can see that there are a massive number of kids not only hacking code but sharing it with the world"
By default, the search bar in Google Sites let's you search pages & documents on the site. But you can also create a custom search engine with Apps Script and add it to the Google Sites search bar. Here's an example where I let people search for files in a Drive folder:
"Many developers have come to prefer JSON for data serialization, but we recognize that good ol' XML is still an important format for many Apps Script users. Our existing XML service is good at parsing XML, but has limited ability to create or alter existing documents. In order to provide a more complete and consistent experience, we have created a new XML service, which launches today. The new service is accessed using XmlService, in contrast to the old service which was simply called Xml."
Nice clean example from Bruce Mcpherson of how you can get a spreadsheet of Google Autocomplete suggestions for different language codes. I'm wonder what other localisation parameters can be added to the query like
cr=countryZA to limit suggestions from South Africa?
She has become a good 3D modeller and enjoys 3D printing.
Together we are working on an idea she has for using the days weather to generate shapes. We'll probably use Processing first which she likes for making 2D art from data then move onto Grasshopper3D for Rhino. "
The XML Service can be used to parse HTML. But it can be a bit cumbersome to navigate through the DOM tree. In the examples below we will see how to make that easier with things like getElementById(), getElementsByClassName(), getElementsByTagName().
"Access control to Google Analytics data is very coarse. Via the web interface you can have full access or none at all. Given the growing interest in data driven decision making at all levels of the institution I thought it would be beneficial to demonstrate how Google Spreadsheets and Google Apps Script could be used to selectively distribute Google Analytics data."
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