G Suite: Integrations
Advanced 8 Steps 6 hours 21 Credits
This Quest of hands-on labs demonstrates the power of integrating Google Cloud services and tools with G Suite applications. With integration technologies like the Clasp Command Line environment, you will create and publish web apps and add-ons for G Suite products: Sheets, Docs, Forms, and Slides. In other labs you'll create direct connections to Google Cloud data sources using the BigQuery API, Sheets, and Slides to collect, analyze and present data.
Prerequisites:This Quest assumes familiarity with G Suite apps (Docs, Sheets, Calendar, Gmail, Hangouts Chat) as a power user. Before taking the labs in this Quest, you should have developed a familiarity with basic Google Cloud Platform services and tools by also taking the labs and earning a badge for the GCP Essentials Quest.
This lab will teach you about the architecture and basic functioning of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). This will be supplemented with hands-on practice, where you will configure and run Cloud Storage API methods in Cloud Shell.
In this hands-on lab you create a Gmail Add-on that allows you to quickly change the labels of an email thread.
The Apps Script CLI, or clasp, is a tool that lets you to create, edit, and deploy Apps Script projects locally and create and publish web apps and add-ons for products like Sheets, Docs, Forms, and Slides from the command line.
Learn how to create a simple Hangouts Chat bot—"Attendance Bot"—using Google Apps Script. The bot integrates with Gmail to set a user's vacation responder and integrates with Calendar to put a meeting on the user's calendar.
In this lab, you'll learn how you can use Google Sheets as a custom reporting tool for your users. You’ll be modifying a sample order tracking application to export to spreadsheet and build visualizations using the Google Sheets API.
This lab leverages two Google developer platforms: G Suite and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). It uses GCP's BigQuery API, Sheets, and Slides to collect, analyze and present data.
In this hands-on lab, you will use Apps Script to call the Natural Language API from Google Docs to analyze the sentiment of selected text in the document.