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Actions give life to the app. They save data, charge credit cards, sign the user up, send emails, connect to external services, show elements, etc.
This section covers all of the actions in the core library and their respective parameters.
Data actions work with your database to create, change and delete data.
If you want to learn more about how the database ands its related actions work, you can check out the more in-depth user manual article series below:
If you are new to app development, you may also be interested in learning more about how to structure your database. The two article series below give an introduction to database structuring, as well as a wide range of examples that cover different types of apps, written by expert Bubble developers:
Using custom actions you can perform a lot of tasks related to how other events are triggered, such as:
- Scheduling or triggering a custom event with different parameters
- Scheduling or canceling API workflows (workflows that run server-side)
- Running recurring events (such as running a workflow every five seconds)
Dynamic expressions are used both to set up conditions, and are highly useful in different actions that you may want to add to your workflows. If you are unfamiliar with this subject, we recommend reading through the guide below:
All apps have the occasional bug, and our debugging tools help you squish them efficiently. The debugger helps you go through workflows step by step to see how they perform and the values they return.