They delved into the complexities of "set time out" codes and request waits which had potential misplacements or incorrect pairings within the provided code. It was discussed that after AJAX requests, there seems to be a need for a delay before initiating the animations for the web page.
There was a conversation around whether they were awaiting the right things on the page load, and the confusion arising from that. A term 'Splide', presumably a function or an event seemed to be missing or misplaced in their code.
In an attempt to make the code more readable, there were changes made such as 'tabbing', combining duplicate functions and correcting the order of event calls. However, further testing was required to confirm if the changes were effective.
The State Changer named David expressed his frustration with the challenging code, possibly Wiz code, and discussed potentially rebuilding the page from the ground up to clear existing errors. The other option suggested was to revert to a backup to solve the issue if it was working in a previous state, though this conclusion wasn't set in stone.
The mention of 'Xano' seemed to be linked with retrieving data which would be used to animate elements on-page after loading. There was no explicit mention of any of the other specified tools or languages like WeWeb, FlutterFlow, Zapier, Make, Integromat, Outseta, etc. in this meeting.