In this meeting, the State Changers discuss a problem within a feature of an application they are working on, involving a 'select' and 'remove' button feature. The 'select' button is working fine, but the 'remove' button has issues. The 'remove' button is intended to find elements in an array and splice them out, but it's not working as it should and sometimes clears the entire array.
The second issue was related to the index of the array. The 'remove' button function would try to splice an element with an index that doesn't exist, and this would result in a blank array. The State Changers proposed a solution that only iterates over the splice function if it can find the index in the array.
Finally, the State Changer suggests that the visibility of the 'select' and 'remove' buttons should depend on whether the element can be found in the selected group. They propose using a conditional test as part of the display property of each card or element. The test would return true if the current item is found in the array; false if otherwise. This test could also dictate which button should be displayed to users. This was classified as a classic state management problem on front-end applications.