Explore how to create custom data types and variables with the Option sets feature in Bubble. This advanced feature allows you to define your own data structures, such as colors, sizes, or categories, and use them in your app. Option sets enable you to create more flexible and reusable components that can be easily customized and adapted to different use cases.
In the Bubble tutorial we demonstrate how to use the Fuzzy Search & Autocomplete plugin by Zeroqode to search fields that ARE NOT text fields. This quick workaround makes use of Database Triggers to keep your database in sync.
In this Bubble tutorial we demonstrates how to create your own custom toggles using Groups, Repeating Groups, Option Sets and Custom States.
In this Bubble tutorial we demonstrate how to use the ChatGPT API to create an AI chatbot like experience in your Bubble app. We dive right the deep end of the Bubble API Connector, we have getting started videos for the OpenAI API on our channel already. This video shows one way to approach the challenge of formating the message history correctly in JSON so that your chatbot is aware of the message history and respond accordingly.
In this Bubble.io tutorial we explain how to set up multiple user types or user roles in your Bubble app using Option Sets.
In this Bubble.io tutorial video we show how to use Option Sets to create a gender selector in a registration workflow as a user signs up. Option Sets are an incredibly powerful tool for storing values that you'll be referring to over and over again in your Bubble application especially if you need to present this data in different ways such as gender and gender symbols or currencies and currency symbols.
In this Bubble.io video tutorial we show how to use Option Sets in the Bubble editor to store and display phone numbers and country codes. We use an example of a basic CRM to demonstrate the power of Option Sets to storing multiple expressions of the same data and saving this to your user in your Bubble database.
In this Bubble.io tutorial video we demonstrate how using custom states to show and hide elements on your page can save your time and keep your app lean. In the second half of the video we take this app leanness a step further by explaining how Option Sets can save you time and from the pain of debugging typos.
In this Bubble.io tutorial video we show how Custom States to show a temporary list and build upon a temporarily list without saving data to your Bubble app's database using Repeating Groups.
In this Bubble.io tutorial video we demonstrate how you can filter your products on a shop product page in Bubble.io. We'll be using Custom States and Option Sets to create this essential feature if you're building an ecommerce store with the Bubble app builder.