App Builder Objects Interactive Diagram

by Christina Moore Updated Jul 28, 2020

When writing Liquid, it can be hard to remember all of the objects that you have available. The diagram below serves as a reference guide.

For example, let’s say you're building a workflow where an Action should fire when a comment contains the word solved. Using the diagram below, you’ll learn that you can easily access a comment’s contents using comments.message object.

Here’s a quick breakdown of the colors used within the diagram:

  • The blue boxes represent the highest-level objects that you have available. Specifically, the Record that Liquid is running against and the current Onit User.
  • The red and green boxes represent objects that live within a Record or a User. The red boxes represent objects that return arrays (e.g., an array of different discrete comments) while the green boxes represent objects that return a single value. When writing Liquid against arrays, you will almost always use a Liquid for Loop to iterate over each value in the array.  
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