We also want to give a shout out to the community who proposed and upvoted this feature on the ideaboard — there are a ton of highly-requested features out there, and this is just the first step in giving you more ways to build and display data in your app.
As always, we’d love to hear your feedback on how you’re planning to use the table element in the comments!
I was hoping for Excel-table like behavior (like the current Bubble HandsonTable) in run-mode so multiple rows/columns/cells can be selected/copy/pasted with events when those happen, but maybe in the future
Looks useful either way!
Also I noticed on the new table element autobinding doesn’t work with the input directly in the cell. Easy fix for now is put the input in a group first.
Nice. It speeds up development proccess. How to make it dynamic like repeating groups? Eg. hit a button to show next / previous 10 rows. It would be nice same Element Actions of Repeating Groups in Workflow tab.
I was expecting a few things differently on this component:
I was expecting the header row could be dynamic… such that in row 0 we would get to choose the field names from the “Type of Content” that we specified and those row 0 choices define the data for each respective column.
I was expecting to see sortable column headers
I was expecting to see paging built in to the table component.
I was expecting a “footer” row(s) similar to the header where we would have the ability to select summed/total values “automagically”
I realize this is a beta release and it is a great start for sure. Is there a roadmap for additional features for this particular component?
I’ve built a table with a data source that can be filtered on the page. The table updates the first time a filter is applied. When I clear the filter, the table does not revert back to show the unfiltered list. Anyone else facing this issue?