Bash

Run any Bash in a Pipedream step within your workflow, including making curl requests.

Integrate the Bash API with the Filter API

Setup the Bash API trigger to run a workflow which integrates with the Filter API. Pipedream's integration platform allows you to integrate Bash and Filter remarkably fast. Free for developers.

Run Bash Code with the Bash API

Run any Bash in a Pipedream step within your workflow. Refer to the Pipedream Bash docs to learn more.

 
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Continue execution if a condition Is met with the Filter API

Continue workflow execution only if a condition is met

 
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End execution if a condition is met with the Filter API

End workflow execution if a condition is met

 
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Connect Bash

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# $PIPEDREAM_STEPS file contains data from previous steps
cat $PIPEDREAM_STEPS | jq .trigger.context.id

# Write data to $PIPEDREAM_EXPORTS to return it from the step
# Exports must be written as key=value
echo foo=bar >> $PIPEDREAM_EXPORTS

Overview of Filter

The Filter API is a great way to build powerful workflows that can manipulate
and transform data. Here are some examples of what you can build using the
Filter API:

  • A workflow that transforms data from one format to another
  • A workflow that filters out data that does not meet certain criteria
  • A workflow that sorts data in a specific order
  • A workflow that calculates statistics or aggregates data
  • A workflow that combines data from multiple sources

Connect Filter

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export default defineComponent({
  async run({ steps, $ }) {
    let condition = false
    if (condition == false) {
      $.flow.exit("Ending workflow early because the condition is false")
    } else {
        $.export("$summary", "Continuing workflow, since condition for ending was not met.")
    }
  },
})