Helper Nodes

Utilize helper nodes in Blup to enhance your application's logic and functionality with ease.

Helper Nodes in Blup are essential for enhancing your application's logic and functionality. They provide specific actions on variable nodes, making data management and manipulation easier.

Helper Nodes Overview

This section includes helper functions for handling variables. These functions assist in performing specific actions on variable nodes.

For additional details, you can navigate directly to the desired nodes by clicking on the respective node below.

  1. Integer Node

    • Manages whole numbers.

    • Useful for mathematical operations and counters.

  2. Double Node

    • Handles decimal numbers.

    • Ideal for precise calculations.

  3. Boolean Node

    • Manages true/false values.

    • Essential for decision-making logic.

  4. Date-Time Node

    • Deals with dates and times.

    • Useful for scheduling and time-sensitive operations.

  5. Json Node

    • Manages JSON data structures.

    • Vital for handling complex data formats and APIs.

  6. List Node

    • Manages lists of items.

    • Useful for array-like data operations.

  7. Map Node

    • Handles key-value pairs.

    • Ideal for dictionary-like data structures.

  8. String Node

    • Manages text data.

    • Useful for string manipulations and text operations.

  9. Duration Node

    • Handles time durations.

    • Useful for operations involving time intervals and delays.

Usage and Benefits

Helper Nodes streamline the development process by providing specialized functions for different data types. They improve code readability and maintainability, making your applications more robust and easier to manage.

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