We've heard from many of you that Interval has helped you create uniquely powerful apps that simply aren't possible with other platforms. Today we're excited to showcase some of that power through our brand new examples gallery.
Our first six examples showcase a range of Interval-enabled functionality, including migrating and editing user data, connecting to 3rd party APIs, monitoring metrics with Slack notifications, and even comparing visual differences between screenshots.
Each example includes sample code, screenshots, video demos, and a step-by-step walkthrough of how to build the tool. You can also try out any of these for yourself by running
npx create-interval-app@latest and selecting any of the templates from the menu.
Some of the other bugfixes & improvements we shipped this week:
- We released v0.23.0 of our Node SDK this week with a handful of small improvements, including support for more primitives in our select APIs and a new
ctx.action.urlprop that's useful for building OAuth flows.
- We improved the layout of props and return types in our docs (example).
- You can now download the output of
io.display.objectas a JSON file.
- We fixed the background color of code blocks in
- Linking to the same action from within itself will now begin a new transaction.
That's all for this week! If you haven't started building with Interval yet, create a free account and start building in minutes, or book a call with our team to learn more about building with Interval.