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|Custom Activities||Components that can be installed and used in UiPath studio workflows. These should not duplicate the default packages and activities available in UiPath Studio.|
|Snippets||Ready-made bits of code which can be either invoked or included in workflows. These should be applicable to a large number of users, environments, and processes. The same deployment, versioning and release management as the custom activities is used.|
|Workflow Templates / Frameworks||Frameworks that help getting started with new projects as they provide an already established structure and by this facilitating best practices such as modularity, reusability, maintainability, and extensibility.|
|Connectors||Application Connectors - components that enable UiPath products to connect with other applications.|
Data Connectors - components enabling UiPath products to connect external data sources.
|Dashboards||Ready-made and ready to be deployed on corresponding environments User Interfaces. These use the UiPath robot’s logs as a data source and can be made in Kibana or any other reporting / BI platform.|
|Machine Learning Models||Applications of AI based on the idea of learning and training from the algorithm, experience and provided data inputs without using explicit instructions.|
|Solutions||End to End process automation created using UiPath Core Products, UiPath OEM and Add-On products solving domain and industry-specific business problems. These solutions consist of UiPath process flow definitions with examples and templates, how-to documentation as well as Binary or Non-Binary Workflow Libraries.|
Updated 2 years ago