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Develop Apps Script projects locally using clasp (Command Line Apps Script Projects).

clasp

To get started, try out the codelab!

Features

πŸ—ΊοΈ Develop Locally: clasp allows you to develop your Apps Script projects locally. That means you can check-in your code into source control, collaborate with other developers, and use your favorite tools to develop Apps Script.

πŸ”’ Manage Deployment Versions: Create, update, and view your multiple deployments of your project.

πŸ“ Structure Code: clasp automatically converts your flat project on script.google.com into folders. For example:

  • On script.google.com:
    • tests/slides.gs
    • tests/sheets.gs
  • locally:
    • tests/
      • slides.js
      • sheets.js

πŸ”· Write Apps Script in TypeScript: Write your Apps Script projects using TypeScript features:

  • Arrow functions
  • Optional structural typing
  • Classes
  • Type inference
  • Interfaces
  • And more...

Install

First download clasp:

sudo npm i @google/clasp -g

Then enable Apps Script API: https://script.google.com/home/usersettings

(If that fails, run this:)

sudo npm i -g grpc @google/clasp --unsafe-perm

Commands

clasp

How To...

Login

Logs the user in. Saves the client credentials to an rc file.

Options

  • --no-localhost: Do not run a local server, manually enter code instead.
  • --creds: Save .clasprc.json file to current working directory.

Logout

Logs out the user by deleting client credentials.

Examples

  • clasp logout

Create

Creates a new script project.

Options

  • scriptTitle: An optional project title.
  • scriptParentId: An optional project parent Id. The Drive ID of a parent file that the created script project is bound to. This is usually the ID of a Google Doc, Google Sheet, Google Form, or Google Slides file. If not set, a standalone script project is created.
  • rootDir: Local directory in which clasp will store your project files. If not specified, clasp will default to the current directory.

Examples

  • clasp create
  • clasp create "My Script"
  • clasp create "My Script" "1D_Gxyv*****************************NXO7o"
  • clasp create "My Script" "1D_Gxyv*****************************NXO7o" --rootDir ./dist

Clone

Clones the script from script.google.com

Options

  • scriptId: The script project to clone.

Examples

  • clasp clone scriptId

Pull

Fetches a project from either a provided or saved script id. Updates local files with Apps Script project.

Options

  • versionNumber: The version number of the project to retrieve.

Examples

  • clasp pull
  • clasp pull --versionNumber 23

Push

Force writes all local files to the script management server.

Examples

  • clasp push: Pushes local files to script.google.com
  • clasp push --watch: Watches local file changes. Pushes files when there's a change.

Ignores files:

  • That start with a .
  • That don't have an accepted file extension
  • That are ignored (filename matches a glob pattern in the ignore file)

Status

Lists files that will be written to the server on push.

Examples

  • clasp status

Ignores files:

  • That start with a .
  • That don't have an accepted file extension
  • That are ignored (filename matches a glob pattern in the ignore file)

Open

Opens the clasp project on script.google.com. Provide a scriptId to open a different script.

Options

  • scriptId: The optional script project to open.
  • webapp: open web application in a browser.

Examples

  • clasp open
  • clasp open [scriptId]
  • clasp open --webapp

Deployments

List deployments of a script

Examples

  • clasp deployments

Deploy

Creates a version and deploys a script. The response gives the version of the deployment.

Options

  • version: The version number.
  • description: The deployment description.

Examples

  • clasp deploy
  • clasp deploy 4
  • clasp deploy 7 "Updates sidebar logo."

Undeploy

Undeploys a deployment of a script.

Options

  • deploymentId: deploymentId The deployment ID.

Examples

  • clasp undeploy "123"

Redeploy

Updates deployments of a script.

Options

  • deploymentId: deploymentId The deployment ID.
  • version: version The target deployment version.
  • description: description The reason why the script was redeployed.

Examples

  • clasp redeploy 123 3 "Why I updated the deployment"

Versions

List versions of a script.

Examples

  • clasp versions

Version

Creates an immutable version of the script.

Options

  • description: description The description of the script version.

Examples

  • clasp version
  • clasp version "Bump the version."

List

Lists your most recent 10 Apps Script projects.

Examples

  • clasp list # helloworld1 – xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ...

Logs

Prints out 5 most recent the StackDriver logs.

NOTE: It requires Project ID setup (see below).

Options

  • json: json Output logs in json format.
  • open: open Open StackDriver logs in a browser.

Examples

clasp logs
ERROR Sat Apr 07 2018 10:58:31 GMT-0700 (PDT) myFunction      my log error
INFO  Sat Apr 07 2018 10:58:31 GMT-0700 (PDT) myFunction      info message
  • clasp logs --json: See the logs in JSON format.
  • clasp logs --open: Open the StackDriver logs in your browser.
  • clasp logs --watch: Retrieves the newest logs every 5 seconds.

Run

Remotely executes an Apps Script function. This function runs your script in the cloud. You must supply the functionName params. For now, it can only run functions that do not require other authorization.

NOTE: It requires Project ID setup (see below).

Options

  • functionName: functionName The function in the script that you want to run.
  • dev: dev Run script function in devMode.

Examples

  • clasp run 'sendEmail'

Enable/Disable APIs (Under Construction)

List available APIs. Enables and disables APIs.

NOTE: It requires Project ID setup (see below).

  • clasp apis
  • clasp apis list
  • clasp apis enable drive
  • clasp apis disable drive

Help

Displays the help function.

Examples

  • clasp help

Setting

Update .clasp.json settings file. If newValue is omitted it returns the current setting value

Options

  • settingKey: settingKey They key in .clasp.json you want to change
  • newValue: newValue The new value for the setting

Examples

  • clasp setting scriptId
  • clasp setting scriptId new-id

Guides

Get Project ID

  1. Run clasp open.
  2. Click Resources > Cloud Platform project...
  3. Copy the project ID project-id-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx into .clasp.json. It should look like this:
{
  "scriptId":"14Ht4FoesbNDhRbbTMI_IyM9uQ27EXIP_p2rK8xCOECg5s9XKpHp4fh3f",
  "projectId": "project-id-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
}

Now you can run clasp logs for this project.

Ignore File (.claspignore)

Like .gitignore, .claspignore allows you to ignore files that you do not wish to not upload on clasp push. Steps:

  1. Create a file called .claspignore in your project's root directory.
  2. Add patterns to be excluded from clasp push. Note: The .claspignore file is parsed with Anymatch, which is different from .gitignore, especially for directories. To ignore a directory, use syntax like **/node_modules/**.

A sample .claspignore ignoring everything except the manifest and build/main.js:

**/**
!build/main.js
!appsscript.json

Project Settings File (.clasp.json)

When running clone or create, a file named .clasp.json is created in the current directory to describe clasp's configuration for the current project. Example .clasp.json:

{
  "scriptId": "",
  "rootDir": "build/",
  "fileExtension": "ts",
  "filePushOrder": ["file1.ts", "file2.ts"]
}

The following configuration values can be used:

scriptId (required)

Specifies the id of the Google Script project that clasp will target. It is the part located inbetween /d/ and /edit in your project's URL: https://script.google.com/d/<SCRIPT_ID>/edit.

rootDir (optional)

Specifies the local directory in which clasp will store your project files. If not specified, clasp will default to the current directory.

fileExtension (optional)

Specifies the file extension for local script files in your Apps Script project.

filePushOrder (optional)

Specifies the files that should be pushed first, useful for scripts that rely on order of execution. All other files are pushed after this list of files.

Troubleshooting

The library requires Node version >= 4.7.4. Use this script to check your version and upgrade Node if necessary:

node -v # Check Node version
sudo npm install n -g
sudo n latest

README Badge

Using clasp for your project? Add a README badge to show it off: clasp

[![clasp](https://img.shields.io/badge/built%20with-clasp-4285f4.svg)](https://github.com/google/clasp)

Develop clasp

See the develop guide for instructions on how to build clasp. It's not that hard!

Contributing

The main purpose of this tool is to enable local Apps Script development. If you have a core feature or use-case you'd like to see, find a GitHub issue or create a detailed proposal of the use-case. PRs are very welcome! See the issues (especially good first issue and help wanted).

How to Submit a Pull Request

  1. Look over the test cases in tests/test.ts, try cases that the PR may affect.
  2. Run tslint: npm run lint.
  3. Submit a pull request after testing your feature to make sure it works.

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