Composing a Pipeline consists of chaining different Nodes together. Each Node can reference a value from any previous executed nodes (all fully typed of course 🎉).
You can configure the input of a Node using the
Input Function which is the second parameter of the
Input Function receives a callback that accepts five arguments:
input argument references the values that were passed as arguments to the Pipeline itself with the
prev argument references the output of the immediately previous node.
nodes argument gives you access to all previously executed nodes' outputs.
The access is by their index in the pipeline definition.
Additional access methods are planned for future versions.
See Memory for more details.
See UserId for more details.