Overview

In this article, we’ll go over how to use the power functionality when writing your skills in the IDE.

 

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What is a Power?

A Power is a built-in function that you can use to help you write your skills.

 

When to use a Power

When defining your variables or return statements to perform a common task, you should see if an applicable power is available to simplify your code.

 

How to Call a Power

Use IntelliSense throughout each step to choose from available options or refer to the Andi® Powers documentation in the Skill Manager. The following contains an example of one of many available powers.

To reveal available powers, use the skillContext powers property:

skillContext.powers.

Then, you’ll select the source of the power.

skillContext.powers.precisionLender.

Then, you’ll select the power context.

skillContext.powers.precisionLender.opportunity.

Then, you’ll select the method, which contains the function you will use.

skillContext.powers.precisionLender.opportunity.isOpportunityChangeEvent();
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