Simplifying app design with the expression editor
The expression editor lets you write custom operations and functions within trigger statements. Whether it's a simple mathematical operation like addition, or complex operations like sending dynamic messages based on multiple input, the expression editor helps you take your apps further. It unlocks new use-cases, and helps you simplify unwieldy triggers into elegant statements.
In this course, you'll learn how to use the expression editor. Starting with simple numeric operations and including two real-world use-cases, this course covers everything you need to use the expression editor in your apps. The focus here is on functions and techniques that you can immediately take back to your apps.
This course is intermediate in difficulty, and assumes familiarity with the basics of the Tulip platform and app building.