Join Scott Simpson for an in-depth discussion in this video Publishing your app in the Chrome Web Store, part of Up and Running with Google Apps Script (2013).
One of the great things about making apps in Google App Script is that you…can publish them in the Chrome Web Store so other people can install and use them.…To allow this, scripts have to be published as a web app.…Let's take a look at a very basic web app that I've already built.…There's no surprises here though.…Like I mentioned, this app is pretty basic.…All it does is get the user's unread email account…and displays it in a green circle on the screen.…In order to preview it, I'll authorize it.…Of course, I've already saved a version of…this project and published it as a web app.…
So next, I'll go up to Publish and click Register in Chrome Web Store.…On this dialog that appears, I'll hit the link for Developer Dashboard.…Notice that you need to pay $5 to be able to publish apps.…If you don't have an app of your own to publish right now, I'd recommend…that you not pay and continue testing your app with just the web app functionality.…When you've got an app you're happy with and…are ready to register, come back here and continue the process.…
- What is Google Apps Script?
- Creating and editing files with Apps Services
- Storing data for your script
- Using events and triggers in containers
- Building custom spreadsheet functions
- Sharing your script as a web app
- Serving JSON or XML from your script
- Publishing your app in the Chrome Web Store