I tried to browserify this node js script :  var phantom = require('phantom') phantom.create(function(ph) { ph.createPage(function(page) {     page.open("editor.html", function(status) {         console.log("opened diagram? ",...
I am helping a friend which has the following problem.  He wants to have 3000 folders in google drive. For each one of them he will generate a QR code pointing to their URL. He will fill each folder with a photo people will take themselves on an even...
I have a Firebase web app, and want that any user can login and authorize my web app to access his Google Calendars (read/write) on Client AND Server side (to manage calendars when the user is online, and when he's offline).    On Client side. Af...
I am getting the following error when I execute the node.js script, I tried to investigate a lot by adding console.log() to trace the error but could not find any solution. [Note: I have also searched other Stackoverflow solution but none of it helpe...
I have a small express server that has two routes. Then it writes the json tokens to a file (I know very insecure). For some reason there's no refresh_token. In the docs theres a comment that offline for access_type gets refresh_token, which is s...
i have gone through this documentation :- https://developers.google.com/identity/sign-in/web/server-side-flow  At the last step it receives the authorization code and after that it shows the example of receiving access token and refresh token using j...
I'm implementing OAuth 2.0 in Electron to use the Google Calendar API and realize that a client_secret is required.   Searching around I see two options:   Hard-coding / Packaging the secret inside the Electron App. However, since Electron Apps a...
I'm trying to run a simple query against my Google Cloud datastore using google-api-nodejs-client.  I want to query for all entities matching a given kind.  When I run this query using the "Try it now" tool it works fine:  Request  POST h...
According to the test suite the callback function passed to revokeCredentials gets a result object if the operation was successful which should contain a success property. However, when I  use this snippet:  oauth2client.revokeCredentials(function (e...
See the code below from lines 14-20 of this GitHub file. Why does Google use backticks or "template literals" in the require functions, instead of regular single or double quotes?  The code is from a testing script in Google's tutorial fo...

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