Trigger is a gh element that allows you to configure automatic functions that will be processed continuously, regardless of whether the application is open or not. It is like a separate application in another application. Due to this element, you create a listener that listens to all messages from Web Socket of the selected. The responses to these messages will then be transmitted to the nodes.
The work of the node is based on a chain of nodes that performs a specific set of functions. You can create it in a special area that opens after clicking on the button in the form of a pencil. Here you can immediately select the application to which the element will be listened. The chain is always starts from the special node called Trigger.
This element has a protection against recursion. If the nodes in the trigger create a repeating cycle, the node diagram will not be saved.
Using this element you can configure a huge number of automation processes. They can be completely different, but the common thing is that due to the trigger they can work autonomously.
This element does not contain any value.
The trigger element has only standard field setting to configure it. But, its work configures in the special window using the automation notes.
The trigger element has a unique data model. It do not contains any settings.
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The current element has two types of interpretation:
The default interpretation type displays the element as an icon.
The second interpretation type is an interactive one. Due to it you can open the editor window.