The Airkit studio is where you build your applications. The studio is comprised of a series of different Builders. Additionally, the Airkit platform provides a way to test and validate your applications via our debugger. These tools make up the Airkit platform and allow you to build powerful applications to solve any of your customer experience needs.
Below is a list of the Airkit builders. These builders work in conjungtion with one another to facilitate your app building process.
- Journey Builder: Visualize and Plan out your Customer Journey
- App Builder: Build out individual experiences - from Conversational Bots to our Web Canvas
- Connection Builder: Powerful connections that allow you to connect to external integrations, manipulate and interact with data stored within Airkit's system of record, and trigger events within your Airkit Applications.
- Media Library: Upload and manage static assets.
- Data Builder: Create app-objects and interact with Airkit's system of record: Object-Service.
- Theme Builder: Establish the look and feel of your applications.
- Calendar Builder: Utilize Airkit's calendars to enforce Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) compliance and utilize our scheduler.
- Configuration Builder: Define your application's profile. Airkit Profiles contain the specific integrations and properties that your Application needs in order to be deployed.
- Portal Builder: Surface key information from your application so others in your organization can see and enter data contained within Object-Service, trigger customer journey events, and see application metrics.
- Action Builder: Action builder is used throughout Journey Builder and App Builder. It allows you to run actions in response to key journey events (button clicks, dialog events, timers, and more).
The debugger allows you to run and test your Airkit applications. With the debugger you can inspect variables, journey events, and much more.
Airscript is the easy to use language that allows you to manipulate data within the Airkit platform If it's your first time with Airscript we recommend checking out our Airscript Quickstart Guide.
Console is where Airkit administrators can manage users, external integrations, key resources, and more.
We also have these additional reference materials.