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Using Values Submitted from HTML Form using Google Apps Script

Gists This is a sample script for using the values submitted from the HTML form using Google Apps Script and Javascript. In this case, the values include the files. Issue <form> Text: <input type="text" name="sampleText1" /><br /> Single file: <input type="file" name="sampleFile1" /><br /> <input type="submit" name="button" value="submit" onclick="main(this.parentNode)" /> </form> <script> function main(e) { google.script.run.sample(e); } </script> This is a simple sample script for sending the values of form to Google Apps Script.

Uploading File to Google Drive from External HTML without Authorization

Gists This is a sample script for uploading a file to Google Drive from the external HTML without the authorization. In this case, the client side can be used at the outside of Google. And as the server side, the Web Apps created by Google Apps Script is used. Usage Please do the following flow. 1. Create new project of Google Apps Script. Sample script of Web Apps is a Google Apps Script.

Uploading Files of multipart/form-data to Google Drive using Drive API with Node.js

Gists These are the sample scripts for uploading files of multipart/form-data to Google Drive using Drive API with Node.js. In this case, googleapis for Node.js is not used. In these sample script, the maximum file size is 5 MB. Please be careful this. When you want to upload the files more than 5 MB, please check this report. Sample script 1 This sample script uploads a file using the modules of fs and request.

Updating a File with Resumable Upload using Drive API

Gists This is a sample flow for updating a file with the resumable upload using Drive API. Sample situation: In this answer, as a sample situation, it supposes that a text file in Google Drive is updated by the resumable upload with the multiple chunks. And as the method for requesting, I use the curl command. I prepared 2 files for 2 chunks. As the test situation, the 2 chunks of 262,144 bytes and 37,856 bytes are uploaded.

Simple Script of Resumable Upload with Google Drive API for Python

Gists This is a simple sample script for achieving the resumable upload to Google Drive using Python. In order to achieve the resumable upload, at first, it is required to retrieve the location, which is the endpoint of upload. The location is included in the response headers. After the location was retrieved, the file can be uploaded to the location URL. In this sample, a PNG file is uploaded with the resumable upload using a single chunk.

Simple Script of Resumable Upload with Google Drive API for Node.js

Gists This is a simple sample script for achieving the resumable upload to Google Drive using Node.js. In order to achieve the resumable upload, at first, it is required to retrieve the location, which is the endpoint of upload. The location is included in the response headers. After the location was retrieved, the file can be uploaded to the location URL. In this sample, a PNG file is uploaded with the resumable upload using a single chunk.

Uploading File to Google Drive using HTML and Google Apps Script

Gists This is a simple sample script for uploading a file using the file input tag of HTML. As the important point, the file is sent as the byte array for using Google Apps Script. By this, at Google Apps Script side, the byte array can be converted to a blob using a simple script. HTML & Javascript <input id="file" type="file" onchange="saveFile(this)" /> <script> function saveFile(f) { const file = f.

Resumable Upload of Multiple Files with Asynchronous Process for Google Drive

Overview This is a sample script for uploading multiple files with large size (> 50 MB) at the sidebar, dialog of Google Docs and Web Apps using the resumable upload of the asynchronous process with Javascript and Google Apps Script (GAS). Demo This is a demonstration of this script. As a demonstration, it uploads 5 files with the size of 100 MB to own Google Drive. When the files were selected and the upload button is clicked, those are uploaded by the resumable upload with the asynchronous process.

Javascript library - ResumableUploadForGoogleDrive_js

Overview This is a Javascript library to achieve the resumable upload for Google Drive. Description When a file more than 5 MB is uploaded to Google Drive with Drive API, the resumable upload is required to be used. I have already published the sample script for “Resumable Upload for Web Apps using Google Apps Script”. Ref In this case, Web Apps is used. Here, I would like to introduce the script for the resumable upload created by only Javascript.

Resumable Uploading Files to Google Drive using Golang

Gists This is a sample script for the resumable upload of Files to Google Drive using Golang. This script uses the library of google-api-go-client. About the installation of google-api-go-client, please check the Quickstart for golang at the official site. Sample script: package main import ( "context" "encoding/json" "fmt" "io/ioutil" "log" "net/http" "os" drive "google.golang.org/api/drive/v3" "golang.org/x/oauth2" "golang.org/x/oauth2/google" "golang.org/x/oauth2/jwt" ) // ServiceAccount : Use Service account func ServiceAccount(credentialFile string) *http.Client { b, err := ioutil.

Creating New Google Docs and Overwriting Existing Google Docs by Text with Node.js without using googleapis

Gists There are 2 sample scripts. Create new Spreadsheet using a text value as CSV data. Overwrite the existing Google Document using a text value. When you use these script, please enable Drive API and retrieve your access token. Create New Spreadsheet using Text Value const request = require('request'); const textData = "a1, b1, c1, d1, e1"; // This is used as CSV data. const orgMimeType = "text/csv"; const orgFileName = "sample.

Uploading File to Shared Folder using ggsrun

Gists ggsrun is also a CLI application for using Google Drive. Here, I would like to introduce a sample command. This is a sample command for uploading a file to a shared folder using ggsrun. This situation supposes that the shared folder is https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/abcdefg?usp=sharing and the folder has the edit permission. Sample command: $ ggsrun u -f "sample.txt" -p "abcdefg" --serviceaccount "###JSON file of Service Account###" If you have already used OAuth2, you can upload the file by ggsrun u -f "sample.

Uploading Multiple Files From Local To Google Drive using Google Apps Script

Gists This is a sample script for uploading multiple files from local PC to Google Drive using Google Apps Script. The dialog, sidebar and Web Apps can be used as the GUI interface. Sample 1 In this sample, the following flow is run. Select files at browser. Upload the files every file. Save each file in Google Drive. When you use this, please copy and paste the Google Apps Script and HTML to the script editor, and run the HTML using the dialog, sidebar and Web Apps.

Upload Files to Google Drive using Javascript

Gists News At October 11, 2019, I published a Javascript library to to run the resumable upload for Google Drive. When this is used, the large file can be uploaded. You can also use this js library. Description This is a sample script for uploading files to Google Drive using Javascript. The files are uploaded by Drive API v3. gapi.client.drive.files.create() can create an empty file on Google Drive. But it cannot directly upload files including contents.

Uploading Files From Local To Google Drive by Python without Quickstart

Gists This is a sample script for uploading files from local PC to Google Drive using Python. In this sample, Quickstart is not used. So when you use this script, please retrieve access token. Curl sample : curl -X POST \ -H "Authorization: Bearer ### access token ###" \ -F "metadata={name : 'sample.png', parents: ['### folder ID ###']};type=application/json;charset=UTF-8" \ -F "file=@sample.png;type=image/png" \ "https://www.googleapis.com/upload/drive/v3/files?uploadType=multipart" ] Python sample : When above curl sample is converted to Python, it becomes as follows.

Uploading Local Files to Google Drive without Authorization using HTML Form

Gists This is a sample script for uploading local file to Google Drive without the authorization using HTML form. A selected file in your local PC using HTML form is uploaded to Google Drive and saved to Google Drive. When you use this, at first, please deploy Web Apps. The script is doPost() of following scripts. Script : Google Apps Script function doPost(e) { var data = Utilities.base64Decode(e.parameters.data); var blob = Utilities.

Uploading CSV File as Spreadsheet and Modifying Permissions using Golang

Gists This sample script is for uploading CSV file as Spreadsheet and modifying permissions using Golang. I think that the detail information of google-api-go-client is a bit little. The sample scripts are so little. It retrieves most information from only godoc and GitHub. So I publish such sample scripts here. If this is useful for you, I'm glad. Important points : Give mimeType of file that it wants to upload to options of Media(r io.

Uploading Image Files to Slack Using Incoming Webhooks by Google Apps Script

Gist This sample script is for uploading image files to Slack using Incoming Webhooks by Google Apps Script. When users try to upload image files to Slack using Incoming Webhooks, it has been known that although the access token is required to directly upload them, Incoming Webhooks can upload them by using the tag of image_url. In this sample script, it uploads image files (BMP, GIF, JPEG and PNG) on Google Drive to Slack using Incoming Webhooks.

Uploading Files to OneDrive Using Node.js

Gists Upload contents for an item on OneDrive In order to use this script, please retrieve client id, client secret and refresh token before. About this, you can see the detail information at https://gist.github.com/tanaikech/d9674f0ead7e3320c5e3184f5d1b05cc. 1. Simple item upload This is for the simple item upload is available for items with less than 4 MB of content. The detail information is https://dev.onedrive.com/items/upload_put.htm. var fs = require('fs'); var mime = require('mime'); var request = require('request'); var file = '.