An event is an action or occurrence recognized by a third-party cloud app, database or internal server. Examples of events are customer.created in Stripe or issue.created in Github.
A Stream (often called an Event Stream) is the centralized list of all events that have been collected from your connected Sources.
A Workflow is a series of actions stitched together to create a reliable flow of logic. Actions within a Workflow can be added, removed, paused, edited, and re-ordered with ease.
Trigger refers to how you decide to trigger the actions within your Workflow. There are two ways to trigger a Workflow in Buildable:
Environments refer to the multi-environment nature of a Workflow. By default, each Workflow is given two environments:
You first build and test in Development. Once testing is complete, you're ready to deploy to Production.
An easy way to organize your Workflows into categories or chunks of work
Environment Variables are multi-environment keys that are accessible across Buildable. Often, they're used to manage the preferred environment for your third-party app and database account credentials.