Exploring LMS Structure and Database Design for Xano
In this meeting, the State Changers discuss the architecture of a learning management system (LMS), specifically focusing on the storage and structure of the database. Daniel presents his current setup, with tables for courses, lessons, tests, questions, measures, responses, and answers. The group discusses potential improvements, including separating responses into a separate table and adding records for each individual answer. This would allow for more granular analysis and tracking of user responses. The group also talks about the benefits of using indices for faster performance and scalability as the database grows. Overall, the State Changers emphasize the flexibility of Xano, which allows for easy changes to the database structure without impacting the API.