GraphLinq IDE: Discover What’s New

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2 min readMar 12, 2024


One of the key features of GraphLinq is its user-friendly approach. We understand the importance of your experience, which is why we are constantly striving to improve our platform.

That’s why we’ve recently upgraded the GraphLinq IDE to make even the most complicated workflows easy for everyone to use, no matter your skill level.

So, what’s new in GraphLinq IDE? Let’s take a closer look:

  • First, the GraphLinq IDE is now more visually appealing and easier to use. We’ve given it a fresh new look that matches our website, and added icons to some blocks to help you quickly identify their functions and how they fit into your workflow.
  • We also introduced the new block snapping feature. It will help you create neat workflows by allowing blocks to snap into place on a grid. It’s a simple yet effective way to stay organized.
  • Another handy feature is the saved camera position. Now, when you save your graph, the camera position is saved too. This means you can easily pick up where you left off when you reopen your graph.
  • The minimap now shows comments from the graph, making it easier to navigate and understand your workflow. This visual representation is incredibly helpful for managing complex workflows.
  • We’ve also added dextools blocks to the IDE, offering more functionality for creating dynamic automation workflows.
  • Running Lua scripts is now more accessible and now you can run these scripts without needing smart contract context. This allows you to create advanced automation workflows with ease.

Lastly, the new Template Wizard Window simplifies your project setup. You can quickly start a project by selecting from existing templates, and this is perfect for users who want to automate tasks without technical expertise.



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