The Google Slides API provides programmatic access to presentations that integrate data from various sources. This API allows developers to create slide decks automatically from user and system-provided data. Predesigned templates can be combined with a database containing customer details in order to create finished presentations. Request objects allow creating slides, apply transforms to elements, and change the order of slides.
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With Google Slides, developers can build their own Google presentations from scratch or turn spreadsheets into slides with a few API calls. Wesley Chun at the G Suite Developer blog shows you how to format text in a variety of ways to create awesome presentations in Google Slides.