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golang-samples - Sample apps and code written for Google Cloud in the Go programming language.

  •    Go

This repository holds sample code written in Go that demonstrates the Google Cloud Platform.Some samples have accompanying guides on cloud.google.com. See respective README files for details.

djangae - The best way to run Django on Google App Engine

  •    Python

The best way to run Django on Google App Engine. Djangae (djan-gee) is a Django app that allows you to run Django applications on Google App Engine, including (if you want to) using Django's models with the App Engine Datastore as the underlying database.

telebot - Telegram Bot starter kit. Very easy to install with Google App Engine.

  •    Python

Telegram Bot starter kit. Very easy to install with Google App Engine. Message @botfather https://telegram.me/botfather with the following text: /newbot If you don't know how to message by username, click the search field on your Telegram app and type @botfather, you should be able to initiate a conversation. Be careful not to send it to the wrong contact, because some users has similar usernames to botfather.

go-web-workshop - Build Web Applications with Go on App Engine

  •    Go

Welcome, gopher! You're not a gopher? Well, this workshop is for gophers, or people that use the Go programming language. But fear not if you've never written any Go before! I'd recommend you learn the basics for the language first with the Go tour. This workshop has been run a couple of times with an instructor leading. The goal of this repo is to make it as easy as possible for individuals to follow the content by themselves. If you get stuck at any point, feel free to file issues asking questions.

Google-Actions-Java-SDK - Unofficial Google Actions Java SDK - for Android engineers and all Java lovers

  •    Java

Official Google Actions SDK is written in Node.js. But in many situations voice interfaces like Google Home or Google Assistant will extend or replace mobile apps. If you are old fashioned Android engineer and the most of your code is already written in Java, why not reuse it and build voice extension to app on your own? And this is the main reason to build Google Actions Java SDK - enabling as much developers as possible to build their brilliant ideas for Google Assistant and Home. Currently this is just working proof of concept of Google Actions Java SDK. It means that there is no documentation, fixed interface, (not much) unit tests and many, many others.

try-puppeteer - Run Puppeteer code in the cloud

  •    Javascript

Run Puppeteer scripts in the cloud. The backend is a Docker container which installs the latest Chrome package that works with Puppeteer on Linux.

activityinfo - Platform for field-level monitoring and analysis of humanitarian actions

  •    Java

ActivityInfo is an online humanitarian project monitoring tool, which helps humanitarian organizations to collect, manage, map and analyze indicators. ActivityInfo has been developed to simplify reporting and allow for real time monitoring.Visit http://about.activityinfo.org to learn more.

marvin - A go-kit HTTP server for the App Engine Standard Environment

  •    Go

Marvin provides common tools and structure for services being built on Google App Engine by leaning heavily on the go-kit/kit/transport/http package. The service interface here is very similar to the service interface in NYT's gizmo/server/kit package so teams can build very similar looking software but use vasty different styles of infrastructure.Marvin has been built to work with Go 1.8, currently in open beta on App Engine Standard. Use it by setting api_version: go1.8 in your app.yaml.

flem - Flem is a local emulator for the App Engine Flexible Environment.

  •    TypeScript

Flem is a local emulator that makes testing applications written for the App Engine flexible environment easier. It manages generating docker files, building your containers, and running them in a way that's kinda mostly like running them in production. Flem is super ultra expiremental, and under active development. This is a not an official Google project.

trebuchet - The lost UI for App Engine.

  •    Javascript

App Engine Trebuchet is a visual tool that makes it easier to create and deploy applications for App Engine. It's meant to be a replacement for the App Engine Launcher. Trebuchet is super ultra expiremental, and under active development. This is a not an official Google project.

hackyslack2 - 🎲 A framework for App Engine powered Slack apps, with dice rolling example app

  •    Go

A framework for appengine-powered Slack apps. View the included dicebot sample app which in turn uses the hackyslack2/dicebot/roll dice parsing library.

dicebot - 🎲 /roll support for Slack

  •    Go

Click Add to Slack on this page to install into your own Slack. The DiceBot app does a pretty forgiving parsing of the text passed to the /roll command, to figure out what sort of dice to roll and how to use them.

folderify - :file_folder: Generate pretty, beveled macOS folder icons.

  •    Python

The repository folder should now have a custom icon. You should see a bunch of new .iconset folders and .icns files that were automatically generated from the .png masks.

gradle-gae-plugin - Gradle plugin that provides tasks for uploading, running and managing Google App Engine projects

  •    Groovy

The plugin provides tasks for uploading, downloading, running and managing Google App Engine (GAE) projects in any given Gradle build. It extends the War plugin. Note: The plugin requires you to set the environment variable APPENGINE_HOME or the system property google.appengine.sdk pointing to your current Google App Engine SDK installation. In case you have both variables set the system property takes precedence over the environment variable. Alternatively, you can choose to automatically download the SDK by setting the convention property downloadSdk to true. This option requires you to specify the SDK version you want to use by setting the configuration gaeSdk.

roller - Dice roller written in Go and Javascript to run on Google Appengine

  •    HTML

Modeled after http://catchyourhare.com/diceroller/ with a few additions and changes.