Applications are core to the Tulip platform. The Tulip Library contains out-of-the-box apps that were built by Tulip for our users, with many use cases in mind. You can configure them to meet your needs, or customize them further with the endless capabilities of the Tulip app builder. We release new apps to the library on a bi-weekly cadence and are excited to share the 15th release of apps and updates:
- M365 Calendar Unit Test: View, create, update or delete calendar events from Tulip
- M365 Outlook Unit Test: View or send emails within your Tulip App
- Machine Shop App Suite: Build an end-to-end solution for your shop floor
- Tulip UI Templates: Create user-friendly apps with prebuilt UI templates
M365 Calendar Unit Test
The M365 Calendar Unit Test allows you to connect your Tulip app to the Outlook calendar to view, create, update, or delete events or recurring events. You can also view your full meeting schedule.
M365 Outlook Unit Test
The M365 Outlook Unit Test App allows you to view emails or send emails to a recipient(s) without leaving the Tulip app. Immediately send emails about alerts, maintenance issues, or requests.
Machine Shop App Suite
The Machine Shop App Suite is a collection of Tulip apps that work together to serve machine shop environments that have a number of different machines. This is the collection you need if you manage orders, produce work orders or jobs for those orders, move through outings of several different machines. Additionally, you can set up in-process inspections and machine changeover.
Tulip UI Template
The Tulip UI Template allows you to build intuitive, user-friendly apps using tried-and-true templates that the Tulip team uses internally with customers.
More on the Library: To learn more about Library releases and apps, view all of the announcements at our community site. Want to learn more about a specific product feature? Reach out with questions.
Get Started Today: If you are not already a Tulip customer, don’t worry! You can sign up for a free trial and download an app to see the product and understand its core functionality.