Creating Friend Requests and Updating User Tables in Xano
In this meeting, Yummy explains that he is trying to create a friend request feature in Xano. He wants the user to be able to see a list of other users who have sent friend requests and be able to accept the requests to become friends. Yummy shares an initial attempt at achieving this by using a request table and pulling in the sender ID and receiver ID. He discusses the concept of rubber ducking, which is a method of debugging by explaining the code or process to someone or something else. Yummy and the State Changer discuss the steps needed to achieve the desired functionality, including using get record calls and data manipulation arrays to update the list of friends for both the sender and receiver. They emphasize the importance of fetching, modifying, and pushing data back to the database correctly. The State Changer suggests Yummy continue working on this implementation and promises to check-in with him later.