Honestly, Almost everybody in my team is feeling same (Since the price changes → Workload units) we had to do a lot of changes in the existing apps.
→ Clients were definitely not happy
→ Looks like bubble is meant for MVP’s or Initial stage of startups, once your business grows you will see decline in the performance…
→ Bubble editor issues this year (especially refresh the editor page)
I think it’s time to Start learning coding (Frontend or backend or Databases)
How hard it can be ? (With new frameworks, libraries, very big community, i think it won’t be very difficult)
Today was terrible, lots of browser refreshes, couldn’t select text in the editor, couldn’t click the dynamic input button, couldn’t find “this user” in the second part of an expression when I had already referenced it, then “This User” wouldn’t return the actual user… Yesterday I couldn’t add conditional properties to a RE in the conditions tab, they would just disappear…
I thought the bubble editor issues were getting better, but no!
BUT today I got my FlutterFlow + Firebase app warmed up again to play around since their web-app feature seams to be out of beta, and they have realtime data (no need to poll or refresh for new data) native to their system as well.
I think this year there was a lot of cool new features that were added. However… as I have said many times on this forum, it’s clear the bug testing department is not working as it should. Perhaps developers are being rushed and are pushing things out before having enough time to test. I don’t know, I don’t work at Bubble, but I can say that as a user I can tell there’s a big difference in reliability (and performance too) this year compared to previous years.