How to run a Google Apps instance in PHP via PostgreSQL

On the first day of the Google App Developer conference in London, the  Google Developers team presented their first Google App Server (GAS) with a PHP plugin.

The Google App Service (Gas) is a lightweight, flexible, open-source web service that lets developers build, manage, and scale web apps in a single environment.

Google uses Google App Services to host a wide range of web services, including Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube, Google Play, Google Calendar, and many more.

Google’s GAS is not intended for production use. 

The Google App service can be configured with several default configurations for running Google Apps applications on your own local machine, but you can easily create your own by following these instructions: Create a new instance of Google AppService.php (or GAS.php if you are using a different PHP version) and make it executable.

To configure the Google Application Service, you will need to configure the following options: Configure the HTTP Server to use a secure connection for authentication.

Configured HTTPS (HTTPS/SSL) is preferred, but the default HTTP server can be used.

You may want to specify the Google Apps application type.

Set the Default Authentication type.

For example, you can use a Basic auth token or a Web Token auth token.

Install the Google Service Plugin to get started.

You can find more details on the Google Services API documentation here.

The  GAS module contains a few utilities to use with Google AppServices, such as Google AppServer.php, Google AppSettings.php and Google AppConfig.php.

It also provides a built-in command-line tool called GoogleAppServiceUtilities.php that is included with Google Apps.

This tool can be installed using the command: composer require gappos/google-services:install GoogleAppServicesUtilities  or installed by running: composer install GoogleApp ServicesUtilities Now you can create a new Google App instance, launch a Google App server using Google AppClient.php or Google Appserver.php , and deploy a Google application to a server using the GoogleAppServer.exe script.

Here is how to create a Google app instance: 1.

Open Google Appclient.php .

Add a new file with the following content: <form method="post" action="get(“GoogleAppServer”); ?>” method=”POST” id=”google-appserver-create” placeholder=”Your app name” method=”DELETE” data-source=” <?

php $app ->start(); ?><script src="

// Set the URL of the server $appService = GoogleApp Service ( “localhost:8333” ); // Create a Google Client object $client = $appServer->create( “google-client” ); $client->setDefaultAuthenticationType( $appDefaultAuthenticated ); // Add the Google Client to the server using its API keys $client ->addClient( “https://localhost:8081” ); ?>
get( “GoogleClient” );?>


Create a google app instance.


Open the Google app client.

Add a button to create an instance.


In the top menu, select Add App, then Add App Service.


Enter your Google app name and the Google client credentials that you provided.


Now you have an instance of the google-app service running on your local machine.

The API keys provided to the Google application can be retrieved from the Google Cloud Console using the API keys.

In this example, I have retrieved my API keys from the Cloud Console.


Create an instance with a Google client.


Create the Google API client.


In a new textarea, create a line containing the name of the app that you want to launch.


Next to the name field, type the following: GoogleClient( ‘google-user’ ) 10.

Enter the URL to the local app server ( https://localhost/ ) 11.

Check the “Enable SSL for authentication” checkbox.


Click OK to create the instance.


Run Google App client to get the app name.

You will get an error if the application name is already present.


To start your local instance, add the Google server to the LocalServiceConfiguration.php file.


The default location for your local Google app server will be /var/www/google/apps/ .

To set up a Google