In most apps, one event leads to another event if a condition is met. To specify these scenarios, the
that block is commonly used with Logic blocks that define the conditions that lead one event to the next.
that block can be transformed to support more complex logic
The Test block can be used to return a value based on a given condition. If the condition is true, one value is returned. If the condition is false, a different value is returned.
Wait the specified amount of time before performing the next action.
Repeat a set of blocks for a specified amount of time
Repeat an action for an unlimited period of time
Repeat an action the specified number of times
Repeat an action for a certain amount of times, with the incrementer index i
Repeat an action over every item in a list
Repeats an action while a condition is true
Break out of an existing loop
You can prompt a user to open a page within an app installed on their phone or a url in their browser using the block above.
Thanks to the development of universal links for iOS and Android app links, you simply need to enter the url of the webpage for your app to automatically open to the app if it's installed or open the web browser if it is not.
You can see this block featured in the sample app, New Market Goods.