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learn-to-send-email-via-google-script-html-no-server - :email: An Example of using an HTML form (e

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A Step-by-Step Example of using an HTML Form to send a "Contact Us" Message via Email without a Backend Server using a Google Script - No PHP, Python, Ruby, Java, Node.js etc. Warning: Google's API has limits on how many emails it can send in a day. This may vary on your Google account, see the limits here. We recommend implementing this tutorial through Part 3, since the data will always be added to the spreadsheet first, then emailed if possible.

CloudComparer - Compare the various managed cloud services offered by the major public cloud providers in the market

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This is the second version of my Cloud Comparison Slide deck which i prepared a year back(can be downloaded here: http://www.slideshare.net/ilyas_it83/microsoft-azure-vs-amazon-web-services-aws-services-feature-mapping). The version 1 recieved more than 22K views and 400+ download at the time of working on this project. This gave me the idea of creating a robust and dependable comparison/mapping between the various services offered by the major cloud providers in a lively and updatable format. The project is open sourced to let fellow Cloud Architects,IT Pros,Developers to feel free to edit and update the comparison upto date.




react-social - Simple React components for social buttons (Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest) and social counts

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Simple React components for social (Facebook, Google, VKontakte, Pinterest ...) buttons and counts.Change the element the component renders into, default is span.

gwdcomponents - Google Web Designer Components

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These are the Web Components included in Google Web Designer made by Google. They are built according to the Custom Elements specification, so you can easily reuse them on your web pages. You can see them in action here. Have a look at the source code for usage.

stormpath-sdk-android - Android library for Stormpath

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Stormpath's Android SDK allows developers utilizing Stormpath to quickly integrate authentication and token management into their apps. We're constantly iterating and improving the SDK, so please don't hesitate to send us your feedback! You can reach us via support@stormpath.com, or on the issue tracker for feature requests.


google-docs-markup - Let journalists use Google Docs. End up with a structured document.

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Google Docs is fantastic for editing but icky for publishing. This library lets you decide how to convert your Google Doc to HTML (or any other format). google-docs-markup is a parser that outputs a JSON Array. You can render its output with any programming language. To use the parser, though, you'll need NodeJS, at least version 5.11.

google-play-badge-svg - Hosting for localized versions of Google Play badges in SVG format.

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Hosting for localized versions of Google Play™ badges in SVG format. It's possible to use Apple's linkmaker service to generate localized "Download on the App Store" SVG badges for your application. However, no similar service exists for Google's "Get it on Google Play" badges. This repository serves as hosting for Google's badges in SVG format.

oauth2-example - A simple Oauth2 example with Go

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Authentication is the most common part in any application. You can implement your own authentication system or use one of the many alternatives that exist, but in this case we are going to use OAuth2. OAuth is a specification that allows users to delegate access to their data without sharing their username and password with that service, if you want to read more about Oauth2 go here.

Android-Messages-For-Desktop - A "native-like" OS X, Windows, & Linux desktop app for Android Messages

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A "native-like" desktop app for Android Messages. This desktop app is supported by both Nativefier and Electron version ^1.7.6. The Mac, Windows, and Linux apps can be downloaded from the latest release.

Google-Allo-For-Desktop - A "native-like" OS X, Windows, & Linux desktop app for Google Allo

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A desktop app for Google Allo. This desktop app is supported by both Nativefier and Electron version ^1.7.6. The Mac, Windows, and Linux apps can be downloaded from the latest release. The latest release includes both a light and dark theme version of the app.

advanced-interactivity-in-amp

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A codelab for learning how to use data binding and expressions to build rich interactive AMP pages.

hackathon-toolkit - GCP Hackathon Toolkit

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Google Cloud is a suite of developer products that lets you build using the same technology and infrastructure that powers Google products. If you are at a Major League Hacking (MLH) hackathon, check for an email from MLH that has free credits.

lighthouse4u - LH4U provides Google Lighthouse as a service, surfaced by both a friendly UI+API, and backed by various storage clients (S3, ElasticSearch, etc) for all your query and visualization needs

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LH4U provides Google Lighthouse as a service, surfaced by both a friendly UI+API, and backed by various storage and queue clients to support a wide range of architectures. Or locally to this repo via npm start (you'll need to create test/config/local.json5 by copying test/config/COPY.json5).