The Blueprint Library is a location for pre-made Custom Blueprints developed by Shipyard staff. These Blueprints provide an easy way to avoid monotonous development work associated with integrations. We designed these Blueprints to:
Accomplish a single common action with a single vendor
Require no coding
Require minimal details and credentials
Allow moving credentials from a user-facing entry to an always-set environment variable
Be editable for your organization's custom needs
Adding a Blueprint to your organization creates a copy of the original Blueprint in your organization. At that point, you can manipulate the code and environment variables as you see fit.
In an effort to be transparent about how our Blueprints work, we open-source the code and make it available on our Github. The repositories are broken up by vendor and all end in
-blueprints. If some functionality isn't working appropriately, you can open an issue in Github or submit a pull request with the proposed changes.
As Blueprints get updated, we will create new release tags and send out a notification to all users that actively use the Blueprint. In most cases, you can simply update the version tag on the requirements tab.
Blueprints are broken down into a few categories with core functionality that should be achieved.
Execute SQL Queries
Store Query Results as a CSV
Upload a CSV to a Table
Download Sheet to a CSV
Upload CSV to a Sheet
Send Message w/ Attachment
Run SQL against a CSV