Builds are the functions that make up your backend. Builds can have one or more steps defining their behaviour. Within a Build you can,
Query a database
Update one or many database records
Delete one or many database records
Create one or many conditions
Import data from an API
Connect to third-party services
Run other Builds
The editor is where you make, edit, deploy and suspend your Builds. It's a visual development interface that allows you to easily and quickly make a backend for any application.
Within any Build you are requirred to have at least one building block, the Test Data block.
This block is used to define the data that you expect to be passed to the build, once deployed. The block is not optional but a schema definition within the block is optional.
Within the block you can define the schema by making test data in JSON format. All types are inferred automatically within your build.
If your application expects a response from the Build, you can define that using a HTTP Response block. This block allows you to create a customized response containing,