Separating UI Code in Your Nom Nom App
This article explains a best practice for moving different portions of your Nom Nom App code into different files. Specifically it focuses on moving the portion of the code that controls the user interface to a different file, but the techniques ...
Adding Your Nom Nom App to Our Store
When you deploy a Nom Nom App that you have created, it is immediately available to be used on all of the Nominodes within your Nom Nom Data organization. However, if you want to share your Nom Nom App with others outside of your organization, ...
Testing Your Nom Nom App
Local Testing For Nom Nom Apps created in Python, we recommend using pytest to locally test the code that you have written. Follow this link for a general overview on how to install and use pytest. In this article, we will discuss a few suggestions ...
Adding a Connection to Your Nom Nom App
In this tutorial, we will discuss how to add a Connection parameter to the template Nom Nom App generated from the SDK and how to use it to connect to Slack. More information about creating Connections is available in the Managing Connections on a ...
Creating Your First Nom Nom App
In this tutorial, we will be examining the contents of the template Nom Nom App generated from the SDK and making it available to Tasks on your Nominode. Prerequisites Python 3.7.4 (or newer) https://www.python.org/downloads/ Docker 19.03 (or newer) ...