Resolving WIS and Local Storage Issues for Improved UX and Implementing Auth Tokens for Successful Navigation

In this in-depth meeting, the State Changers discuss end-goal solutions for their project, specifically focusing on problems around page flickering and session storage. They use WeWeb to enable saving objects locally instead of making unnecessary API calls that were mistakenly believed to cause flickering. The underlying issue was found to be with the handling of data on 'Wiz', their tech component, not with making backend requests.

Moreover, State Changers had a deep dive into how they manage the login and geolocation info of their users. They checked if there's an authentication token in local storage before redirecting the web page for a smoother, more streamlined user experience. The majority of the time was spent on code debugging and looking into 'Wiz' and its functionalities. Although specific tools like "Xano", "FlutterFlow", "Zapier", "Make", "Integromat", "Outseta" or languages like "Javascript", "Typescript", "React", "Vue.js", "JSX", "HTML", "CSS", "lambda", "serverless" weren't mentioned, the meeting primarily revolved around practical coding issues and solving them in real-time. Those interested in session handling, debugging, page flickering issues, or geolocation handling might find additional insights by checking out this meeting. A secondary focus was put on plans to tackle frontend design and CSS concerns, especially with regards to Bootstrap and its applicability in a Webflow environment.

(Source: Office Hours 2/28 )

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