Update #1 from above is finished!
Remind me what #1 is
Select a time and get the start and end times immediately!
on click events, get the X and Y coordinates of your click. this can be used to place a group with event info! think of this as a dynamic focused group.
Return Event Array
Display the event array for debugging purposes or for any other need. Perhaps you think an event should be there that is not. This can help with debugging issues and is presented in a pretty format when output to a text element.
So many informations available!
Easily Retrieve Event Data
So for starters, I didn’t like having to go through the database to get event info when I selected an event so I fixed that! You can now include additional properties with your events (or not!) such as location, summary, and 2 additional ‘extra properties’ that you can assign any text to.
You will need to use new delimiters sometimes
due to the way that making lists work and since you can combine as many data sources as you need, there is one big change. you must set a delimiter for long texts such as summaries if you ever think the text will have a comma. this messes things up but there is the option to select your own delimiter built-in for this exact case!
When I began to pull in events from google calendar is when I started to experience this issue so I fixed it.
Your choice of color coding events
you can also specify either a RGB or HEX for the color of the event. no picking and choosing.
so click events now are able to retrieve all of this!
when you modify any event, all of the above is returned but in addition you also get the old start and end times!
Also, don’t forget you can now bring in Google Events with the new API calls that come with the plugin! Just bring your own appID and app secret and you’ll be all set to begin accessing and modifying your users Google Calendars from within your Bubble APp!
What all Can i Do with the Google Calendar API calls?
Share Calendars with other users
allow others to book with you
Mirror google calendar event colors for ease
Pull in basic account information
Info related to the google auth token handling
So it seems like a signed in and authenticated user will stay that way for up to 7 days while still ‘testing an app’ and will keep them signed in longer once you’ve verified your app or it’s not in testing anymore.
this info was found thanks to a query from @josemansilva