Looking for a Bubble dev (experienced in appointment booking app)

I have been developing this appointment booking app. I have build its schedule feature, now I want to save this my database which I am facing problem.
I want someone who can get on a call with me and figure out how can I do it?
I am willing to pay $10 for this small task.


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If I am not mistaken, this is your third time posting this type of $10 job. And I have also seen you applying for jobs :joy:

Gossips aside, sent you a DM


I guess you are good stalker, and have ample of free time :joy:

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Ofcourse if you look at my DM it says: pay 1$ to unlock this message for a second.


@247bubble @tylerboodman

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That is not a small task and is probably one of the more complex issues to deal with properly for a booking application. You will not find a developer with enough experience to do this that is willing to work for $2 an hour.

So, free tips:

  1. Look into the orchestra plugin to save values from within an rg cell from a button located outside of the rg (ie: so you can press the save button and save the data located in the specific RG cells)

  2. Learn about how to manipulate dates as well as what dates are made of and how to extract specific components of the dates.

An alternative would be to buy a template that already does this, or a plugin that enables this type of function and hope the developer has a demo page set up so you can see exactly how that would be done…however, keep in mind, those options will likely cost between $80-$350 depending on which you choose.


Hey @Devansh_21 :wave:

Instead of saving the data using states, which is the way I’m assuming that you are doing it, just create database things right away instead and then just modify those things using something like auto-binding. Then the save button doesn’t really need to do anything besides go to the next page.

Hope that helps. :blush:


@247bubble :rofl:


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Please remember @Devansh_21 removed his profile pic, 2 minutes silence please

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Hey @Devansh_21 :wave:

There are many different ways to do this, as mentioned above. This is just one way. Here is an example for you. :blush: No charge.

Editor: testApp42wCleanDB | Bubble Editor

Preview: https://testapp42wcleandb.bubbleapps.io/version-test/availability?debug_mode=true

This just saves data right into the database right away instead of relying on states. That way, you don’t really need to worry about a save button.

Hope that helps! :blush:


Thanks a ton!