The Google Cloud Vision API helps you identify text, objects and places inside pictures. The images may be hosted on a public website, you could store them inside a Google Cloud Storage bucket or you can encode the images to a base64 string.
You can use Google Apps Script to post status updates (tweets) to Twitter. This example generates an OAuth 1.0a HMAC-SHA1 signature that is converted to base64 and is passed to the Twitter API via an HTTP POST request.
If your colleagues have been emailing you Microsoft Excel spreadsheets in xls or xlsx format, here’s a little snippet that will help you convert those Excel sheets into native Google Spreadsheet format using the Advanced Drive API service of Google Apps Script.
Google Slides API lets you programmatically create new presentations and edit existing ones. You can pull data from an external data source, like a Google Spreadsheet or Salesforce CRM, and create a nice-looking report in the form of a presentation.
Google Apps Script helps you automate tasks across G Suite and other Google products. Here are some interesting problems that people have solved with Google Scripts and G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps).
The best resource for learning Google Script is the official documentation available at developers.google.com. Here are other video tutorials and online learning resources where you can get up to speed using Google Apps Script that will let you programmatically access various Google Apps and services include Gmail, Google Drive, Calendar, Google Forms, Google Docs and more.
Google Apps Script doesn’t offer a method for moving files from one folder in Google Drive to another one but there’s an option to add a file in Drive to multiple folders (similar to symbolic links in Unix).
Google Apps allows domain administrators to update the Gmail signatures programatically. This helps you maintain a standard email signature for all users of your organisation but certain fields like employee’s name, email address, title or phone number can be variable.
The official Google Translate API is available for businesses only but you can use Google Apps Script to create your own Google Language Translation API without having to pay the enterprise license fee.
You can store your Microsoft Office files (Word Documents, PowerPoint Presentations and Excel Spreadsheets) in Google Drive in their native format but then it takes up storage space, the files cannot be edited in the cloud and you’ll not be able to embed the files on other web page.