Slidable menu optimization


What is faster and better?

  1. Having one workflow (Menu option is clicked) with many actions and each action having a condition (This slidebar menu´s current option is…).

  2. Or having many workflows with conditions (This slidebar menu´s current option is…) and only one action per workflow.

Thanks in advance :slightly_smiling_face: :computer:

I would say to that there are too many IFs on those scenarios. Speed and performance is a combination of dB structure, performant flows, and even UI/UX.

Perhaps the following can be useful:

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How To Optimize Your Website Speed - Bubble io Tutorial

I know this does not directly answer your question. I hope it might spark some ideas though. :+1:

I’m not sure if it’s the best way, but I definitely prefer option 1. It makes for less workflows and doesn’t seems to slow things down. Clean workflows are important to me.

Hope that helps! :blush:


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Okay, thanks for the tips and very good videos

Ohh, okay. I think I also prefer less workflows

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