Options for Handling and Storing Data in Xano: Enum, JSON, and Table Reference

In this meeting, the participants discuss an issue with checking if a variable is empty. They decide to use a filter to count the number of items in the array and check if it equals zero. They also discuss the use of enum, JSON, and table reference data types in Xano and the advantages and limitations of each. One participant suggests using a separate table for cities instead of a list, and they discuss the flexibility and performance implications of both approaches. The meeting ends with the participants concluding that the best approach may depend on the specific use case and that it's important to gather information and iterate based on market feedback.

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