Stack Builder is a convenient tool for creating Maestro Stack templates - sets of commands to be automatically performed in the defined order. It allows specifying scenarios of different complexities and purpose, and is designed to be comfortable for people with different basic knowledge about Maestro Stack Templates.
There are two characteristics that allow to implement these features, they are:
- Default values: in most cases, the parameters that are to be specified during a stack template creation have default values and you don't have to input them. However, if you need your Maestro Stack to be fine-tuned, you can set up the necessary properties yourself.
- Context-dependence: the steps you will have to go through and the parameters you will have to specify depend on your previous choices (for example, on the type of action that is to be added to the stack flow)
Although it seems there are many different Stack Builder steps and options for different contexts, all of them can be divided into several types. Here, you can find the descriptions of the Stack Builder steps and the parameters to be set up in these steps.