Discussing FlutterFlow for Data Structuring and Player Information Visualization
This meeting of the State Changers offers an in-depth discussion about the development of a structure to vertically layout athlete data using FlutterFlow. State Changer participants are trying to synchronize images and names with individual buttons for each athlete in a column format. They initially encountered some problems understanding the widget tree structure and how to properly utilize data from Xano.
The discussion focuses on creating a data-binding on a column with dynamic children in FlutterFlow, with each column being a repeating group representing one athlete. They want to avoid creating one single container that houses all the athletes' information and instead have individual containers per athlete.
Their goal is to display each athlete's image and name side by side in a list, with each athlete representing an individual clickable button. One consensus gained from the meeting is that treating the data layout object as a player can simplify understanding the widget tree structure. They tested these changes and they appear to be functioning as desired, although the aesthetics need to be enhanced.
Overall, this session provides a valuable exchange for anyone looking to understand and implement data binding, dynamic widget interactions and layout structuring using FlutterFlow and Xano. Future discussions will likely explore the aesthetic refinement of the design and consider other potential improvements.