Script Editor

Script Editor

With the script editor, developers can create and edit their own scripts at TagoIO. These scripts will be executed as defined in the Analysis section.

To use the script editor, go to Analysis, then create or edit one. Set the name, interval, and set it to run at TagoIO.

The editor tab is only shown when you choose to run the script at TagoIO.
By clicking on the Analysis tab, you can see the editor. Here you can load scripts from your computer, download the scripts from the editor, or choose from one of our snippet examples.

When you save the script, it will be deployed on TagoIO servers, and you can use it immediately, just click on Run, and you will see the results in the console below.

To learn more about our examples, you can visit our Script Examples article, or access the Analysis click on the "+ Add Analysis" button in, the top right corner and select a code example.

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