We partnered with Youneedabudget.com or YNAB to allow someone using Google Assistant to fetch the amounts in their categories, and what they have available to spend, or the amount they have exceeded their budget by.
We are not currently publicly available but will have an alpha release soon. In order to use this project, a YNABB account is required.
Here’s a brief intro about what a developer must do in order to start developing the project further:
git clone https://github.com/DoctorGrim/YNAB-google-assistant.git cd YNAB-google-assistant npm -g install firebase-tools cd ./functions npm install firebase login firebase use --project ynab-31eab firebase deploy --project ynab-31eab
Clone our repository and navigate to the project folder.
Make sure the version of the Firebase CLI(Command Line Interface) is above 3.5.0 so that it has all the latest features required for Cloud Functions. If not, run npm install -g firebase-tools to upgrade as shown above. Navigate to the functions folder and install our dependencies, then authorize firebase by logging in. Set firebase to use our project. If you make any changes, to the project, in order to see them implemented, you must deploy firebase.
What’s all the bells and whistles this project can perform?
When you publish something open source, one of the greatest motivations is that anyone can just jump in and start contributing to your project.
These paragraphs are meant to welcome those kind souls to feel that they are needed. You should state something like:
“If you’d like to contribute, please fork the repository and use a feature branch. Pull requests are warmly welcome. This project uses the Google Actions console and DiaglogFlow. You will need to login to these tools via your email account in order to contribute to the project.
The code in this project is licensed under MIT license.
YNAB is a trademark of You Need A Budget LLC.