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🎉 Free Bubble Masterclass

Hey everyone! We’ve been working super hard over at Coaching No Code Apps to release a brand new Bubble Masterclass to help anyone currently in the midst of development or just getting started.

It covers things like…

  • Important development methodology to help you leverage Bubble correctly
  • How to approach structuring a Bubble database
  • How to understand Bubble’s responsive editor (the new responsive editor)
  • How to approach workflow creation in Bubble
  • How to build sign up forms
  • How to build an expense tracker
  • How to build an inbox
  • How to build a shopping cart
  • Bubble’s capabilities and limitations
  • Answers to lots of frequently asked question we get about Bubble
  • How to test and deploy your Bubble app
  • Advanced Bubble capabilities
  • And SO much more…

Here’s a link to the free video.

Bubble is such an amazing tool, and we hope this helps you all leverage it to the fullest!

Happy building. :slight_smile:

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Welcome back @romanmg !

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Thanks Gaby

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Thank you!! :slight_smile:

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You’re welcome, @abiodunolamilekan199 ! I hope it can serve as a helpful crash course on Bubble :slight_smile:

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awesome, great examples in this masterclass!

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That’s awesome to hear @TipLister, thank you!

Really great work @romanmg for new bubbler and your examples are perfect! When do you think it’s the good time to learn Privacy Rules? Maybe I miss it in your masterclass. Last Bubble video is really great about it: How to Setup Privacy Rules | Bubble Tutorial - YouTube

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Thank you, @b.demontecler! :slight_smile: Privacy Rules are always easier to understand once you have your data structure built out, or at least the data types that address your core features. Start with loose rules first like “when current user is logged in”, test things out, and then get more specific like “when current user’s [field] is [some value]”. Just run a page that would display the protected data as different users that meet / don’t meet the rule.

A good rule of thumb is to create rules so that you give access and leave the “everyone else” default fully unchecked for restricting access on anyone that doesn’t meet your custom rules. Of course there are exceptions to this, but it’s a good way to start learning them and using them effectively!

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