Generally, 'Transfer' block and 'Protocol' block are used together. After declaring communication with the external API with the 'Transfer' block, define the data transmission method with the 'Protocol' block.
'Transfer' Block: It is used when communicating with an external service (API) or getting its value.
'Protocol' Block: It is used when defining a data transmission method (protocol) with an external API.
This block is useful when developing with SyncTree, a block coding method.
'Code Section' Block: Section the blockset. Blocksets grouped into code sections can be copied at once with Ctrl + C, etc. This block can be folded or unfolded.
'Comment statements' Block: Record comments or annotate specific blockset. A note can be left in the Comment area, and clicking the comment in the Flag menu goes to the corresponding location, so it can be used as a bookmark.
So far, I have introduced the 5 most frequently used blocks when developing with SyncTree. Perhaps the blocks used vary greatly depending on the purpose and scope of development. If you are curious about how to use other blocks in SyncTree, please refer to the manual 👉