The “Single Source of Truth” or SSOT is a concept that is widely used in software development but can be applied to everything. The idea is to have only one place where “truth” resides. For example, if you’re developing a Flow that uses the same information all the time (an API key, for example), you should store it in only one place instead of replicating it every time you need it.
With the “single source of truth,” you can have only one place for everything. For example, if you need to perform changes, update or upgrade without replicating the tasks and duplicating your work.
In our case, we’re applying this concept in multiple places, for example, in the [Cookbook] section, where you can download a template and use it on all your Flows. That template is your “Source of Truth” for specific tasks.
Finally, this is a strategy and a concept. Hence, multiple people may have different interpretations, but the idea is simple enough so that you can apply it in other areas of your life.
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