I am quite new to bubble but I have several years of experience in programming so at the moment its coming along fine. That said i have several questions that are probably pretty critical performance wise and are different between bubble and actual coding
I read several times filters are a tool that is problematic performance wise, but if i only use them on small lists(10-50) that i got from object that are available directly in my current workflow?
Is it efficient accessing specific fields through objects even if it propagating 3-4 fields into the object ?
for example :
Dynamic data : Group A’s-> current users’s-> profile’s-> location’s ->street name
Getting data from some group’s state
Lets say i have two main data type’s that define most of a specific page, call them A and B. and they change by the user choice when clicking a repeating group cell.
Is it Good practice to send those two data types as states/data-holders to a top group and let all subgroups access these through that top group?
for example : a marketplace browse page that on item click sends to a page that describes that item, defined by the listing of the item and the item itself (as A and B) .
If not is this the the only other option?
Passing data type parent to child group - down the line , even 6-5 groups down
Generally accessing some group’s data type
Is it ok from some subgroup access some ancestor groups data type/state as a way of getting data?