Here is what I am trying to accomplish:
I have a thing (say, “A”) that holds a list of things (“B”).
I want to create ‘n’ B things whose fields will be editable (via auto-binding) in a repeating group filled with different input forms.
These B things will, then, be attached to the list in the A thing.
The number of B things that should be created (n) is dictated by something else that doesn’t really matter for this topic, but is no higher than 10.
One would think: well, pretty simple! All you have to do is loop until you reach ‘n’ iterations!
Well, it just so happens that Bubble doesn’t support loops…
As a workaround, I tried making a Custom Event call another Custom Event that then calls the first one again and so on, until it reaches ‘n’, but Bubble detects my misdeed during runtime and says “no!”…
Then there are the plugins. I tried a free one that was pretty straightforward, but would not carry out all of the steps in the workflow in every iteration, skipping some steps every now and then (there were no conditions for the execution of these). Naturally, that was driving me insane and I gave up using it.
I have searched the forums, but couldn’t find that workaround involving APIs, lists and schedules. Could anyone walk me through with it or maybe show me a different solution, please? It really doesn’t have to be based on the example I gave. Just a plain, honest loop from ‘i’ to ‘n’ would be really great!
Thanks a lot!