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Plugins are small js/ts functions to enhance the workflows capabilities. You can write any piece of code in the plugin and can access it inside your workflows at any time.

11.1 Project structure

Plugins are present in src/plugins directory. The default format is js/ts and you can store plugins in the nested directories also.

├── config
└── src
└── plugins
└── index.ts
└── time
└── epoch.ts
└── epoch
└── convertEpoch.ts

11.2 Sample plugins

These are the sample plugins file which export plugin functions named randomInt and convertEpochToDate.

export function randomInt(min: number, max: number) {
return Math.floor(Math.random() * (max - min + 1)) + min;
import format from 'date-fns/format';

export function convertEpochToDate(inputTimestamp: string){
const newDateTime = new Date(inputTimestamp);
return format(newDateTime, 'yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss');
import format from 'date-fns/format';

export default function convertEpoch(inputTimestamp: string){
const newDateTime = new Date(inputTimestamp);
return format(newDateTime, 'yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss');
  1. If the file name is index.ts then its content is available directly at global level i.e. you don't need to write index explicitly while accessing the plugin e.g. randomInt.
  2. For other file names you need to mention the file name using underscore notation while accessing the plugins function inside your workflow e.g. time_epoch_convertEpochToDate
  3. If it's a default import then you don't need to mention the plugin function name e.g. epoch_convertEpoch

11.3 Sample workflow using plugins

You can use these plugins in your workflows as given below:

  - id: httpbinCof_step1
description: Hit http bin with some dummy data. It will send back same as response
datasource: httpbin
personal_email_id: ''
id: <% 'UID-' + randomInt(1,9) %>
date: <% time_epoch_convertEpochToDate(inputs.body.datetimestamp) %>
default_date: <% epoch_convertEpoch(inputs.body.datetimestamp) %>
url : /anything
method: post