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The EinsteinDB Widget is a graphical user interface (GUI) for the EinsteinDB database. It allows users to interact with the database using a simple, easy-to-use interface. The widget provides a variety of features, including:- A graphical representation of the database structure- A query builder for creating and executing SQL queries- A data editor for editing data in the database- A schema editor for editing database schema- A user manager for managing users and permissions

sudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install -y \  build-essential \  bison \  curl \  cmake \  flex \  git \  g++ \  gperf \  libboost-all-dev \  libc6-dev \  libcurl4-openssl-dev \  libexpat-dev \  libgmp-dev \  libjansson-dev \  libjemalloc-dev \  libjemalloc2 \  liblttng-ust-dev \  libperl-dev \  libsasl2-dev \  libssl-dev \  libtool \  linux-libc-dev \  net-tools \  pkg-config \  python-libs \  python-lxml \  python-setuptools \  python-zmq \  python3 \  python3-pip \  python3-setuptools \  python3-zmq \  tzdata \  unixodbc-devsudo pip install -U pip setuptoolssudo pip install -U epydocsudo pip install -U jinja2sudo pip install -U pygmentssudo pip install -U cythonsudo pip3 install -U pip setuptoolssudo pip3 install -U epydocsudo pip3 install -U jinja2sudo pip3 install -U pygmentssudo pip3 install -U cythongit clone https://github.com/YosiSF/EinsteinDB gdbcd gdbgit checkout $branch# get all dependencies./prepare.shcd ..# run gdb./gdb/gcdb/gdb# run cli./gdb/gdb/gdb --interactive --tty=0 --ex "set args $*"```###install and setup einsteindb with gremlinvm, tinkerpop######```init.sh``````sudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install -y \  build-essential \  bison \  curl \  cmake \  flex \  git \  g++ \  gperf \  libboost-all-dev \  libc6-dev \  libcurl4-openssl-dev \  libexpat-dev \  libgmp-dev \  libjemalloc-dev \  libjemalloc2 \  liblttng-ust-dev \  libperl-dev \  libsasl2-dev \  libssl-dev \  libtool \  linux-libc-dev \  net-tools \  pkg-config \  python-libs \  python-lxml \  python-setuptools \  python-zmq \  python3 \  python3-pip \  python3-setuptools \  python3-zmq \  tzdata \  unixodbc-devsudo pip install -U pip setuptoolssudo pip install -U epydocsudo pip install -U jinja2sudo pip install -U pygmentssudo pip install -U cythonsudo pip3 install -U pip setuptoolssudo pip3 install -U epydocsudo pip3 install -U jinja2sudo pip3 install -U pygmentssudo pip3 install -U cythongit clone https://github.com/YosiSF/EinsteinDB gdbcd gdbgit checkout $branch## install gremlinvm and tinkerpop./prepare.shcd .../gdb/gremlinvm/gremlinvm# run gremlinvm./gdb/tinkerpop/tinkerpop# run tinkerpop

var gremlin = require('gremlin');var client = gremlin.createClient(8182, 'localhost');client.execute('g.V().has("name", "marko").outE()', {}, function(err, results) {  console.log(results);});

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The EinsteinDB Widget is a simple yet powerful tool that allows you to easily connect to your EinsteinDB database and run Gremlin queries. The widget provides an easy-to-use interface for running queries, as well as a number of features that make it easy to work with your data.The widget comes with a number of features that make it easy to work with your data:* An easy-to-use query interface* A results viewer that shows you the results of your query in a tabular format* A Gremlin console that allows you to run Gremlin queries directly from the widget* A graph visualization tool that allows you to visualize your data in a graphical format

sudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install -y \  build-essential \  bison \  curl \  cmake \  flex \  git \  g++ \  gperf \  libboost-all-dev \  libc6-dev \  libcurl4-openssl-dev \  libexpat-dev \  libgmp-dev \  libjansson-dev \  libjemalloc-dev \  libjemalloc2 \  liblttng-ust-dev \  libperl-dev \  libsasl2-dev \  libssl-dev \  libtool \  linux-libc-dev \  net-tools \  pkg-config \  python-libs \  python-lxml \  python-setuptools \  python-zmq \  python3 \  python3-pip \  python3-setuptools \  python3-zmq \  tzdata \  unixodbc-devsudo pip install -U pip setuptoolssudo pip3 install -U pip setuptoolssudo pip install -U epydocsudo pip install -U jinja2sudo pip install -U pygmentssudo pip install -U cythonsudo pip3 install -U epydocsudo pip3 install -U jinja2sudo pip3 install -U pygmentssudo pip3 install -U cythongit clone https://github.com/YosiSF/EinsteinDB gdbcd gdbgit checkout $branch# get all dependencies./prepare.shcd ..# run gdb./gdb/gcdb/gdb# run cli./gdb/gdb/gdb --interactive --tty=0 --ex "set args $*"

var gremlin = require('gremlin');var client = gremlin.createClient(8182, 'localhost');client.execute('g.V().has("name", "marko").outE()', {}, function(err, results) {  console.log(results);});

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The EinsteinDB Widget is a simple yet powerful tool that allows you to easily connect to your EinsteinDB database and run Gremlin queries. The widget provides an easy-to-use interface for running queries, as well as a number of features that make it easy to work with your data.The widget comes with a number of features that make it easy to work with your data:* An easy-to-use query interface* A results viewer that shows you the results of your query in a tabular format* A Gremlin console that allows you to run Gremlin queries directly from the widget* A graph visualization tool that allows you to visualize your data in a graphical format

{
   "_id": "5bfedb42bab0ad90fa7dad39",
   "quantity": 83,
   "inventoryType": "finite"
}

{
   "_id": "5bfedb42bab0ad90fa7dad39",
   "quantity": 83,
   "inventoryType": "finite"
}

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The EinsteinDB Widget is a graphical user interface (GUI) for the EinsteinDB database. It allows users to interact with the database using a simple, easy-to-use interface. The widget provides a variety of features, including:- A graphical representation of the database structure- A query builder for creating and executing SQL queries- A data editor for editing data in the database- A schema editor for editing database schema- A user manager for managing users and permissions

curl -X PATCH 'https://api.webflow.com/collections/580e63fc8c9a982ac9b8b745/items/582bbba8dae4fb7a75bd30e8' \
 -H "Authorization: Bearer d59f681797fbb3758b2a0ce8e5f31a199e2733110cb468bb2bb0d77f23417b32" \
 -H 'accept-version: 1.0.0' \
 -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
 --data-binary $'{
     "fields": {
       "name": "Updated Exciting blog post title",
     }
   }'

const webflow = new Webflow({ token: api_token });

// Promise <Item>
const item = webflow.patchItem({
 collectionId: '580e63fc8c9a982ac9b8b745',
 itemId: '58338a5735ca4f023b9f1847',
 fields: {
   'name': 'Patched Exciting blog post title',
   'slug': 'exciting-post',
   '_archived': false,
   '_draft': false,
   'color': '#4353FF',
 }
}, { live: true });

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Inner Field Types

Inner field types follow the same rules as field types, but are used to describe the type of a “Set” field Array element. They may use slightly different names in the Designer and Editor and have an “alt name” listed here which is the name of the field we publicly display. (For the API however, we only use the actual name of the field type)

curl https://api.webflow.com/collections/580e63fc8c9a982ac9b8b745/items?limit=1 \
   -H "Authorization: Bearer d59f681797fbb3758b2a0ce8e5f31a199e2733110cb468bb2bb0d77f23417b32" \
   -H 'accept-version: 1.0.0'

const webflow = new Webflow({ token: api_token });

// Promise <[ Item ]>
const items = webflow.items({ collectionId: '580e63fc8c9a982ac9b8b745' }, { limit: 1 });

items.then(i => console.log(i));

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