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The steps in this Guide from Google shows followers how to build a simple command-line application in Node.js that makes calls to the Google Apps Script Execution API. Using this Quickstart you could easily build a simple Node.js application that makes calls to the Google Apps Script Execution API.
Google Apps Script Execution API gives access to Apps Script projects, this tutorial show followers how to build a PHP CLI that makes requests to the Execution API. PHP is the general-purpose scripting language whose uses have spread beyond building dynamic web pages to include a range of operations
This Quickstart Guide from Google Developers Blog shows followers how to build a simple CLI in Python that is able to make calls to the Google Apps Script Execution API.
In this tutorial, learn how to build an Android app that makes requests to Google’s Execution API to communicate with web apps built on Google’s cloud-based Apps Script language.
Using this Google Quickstart Guide, you can quickly and easily create a simple Go command-line application that makes requests to the Google Apps Script Execution API.
Follow this Google Quickstart Guide to build a simple iOS application that leverages Google’s Apps Script Execution API to make requests to a target Apps Script project.
Follow this tutorial and in around five minutes you could have a simple Java command-line application that is able to make requests to the Google Apps Script Execution API.
Follow this Google Quickstart Guide and in about 5 minutes you could have a basic .NET console application that is able to make requests to the Google Apps Script Execution API.