Hello community and team Wappler.io Glad to join you. I apologize in advance for the grammar and the quality of the text, because I use google translator because of my poor knowledge of English.
Wappler caught my attention after Bubble.is. Despite the fact that the latter is a wonderful product, it seems that Wappler has a much greater potential for use. It is more flexible and promotes the right approach to the freedom of choice of the location of the project. However, at the moment, Wappler has a much smaller community (including Russian-speaking users) and training materials (both video and text format). This makes it harder to learn Wappler. I hope that this will not prevent me from mastering this wonderful product and creating a lot of beautiful and functional applications based on it.
At this point, I’m facing the following difficulty:
How to implement the following tasks (for better understanding made notes on the screenshot)?
- When you activate the checkbox (2), all the checkboxes from the area (3) become marked, and in the area (1) you can see how many records are marked. If you uncheck the checkbox (2), all checkboxes in the area (3) should also disappear.
- If no checkboxes are marked in area (3), button (4) is inactive. After one or more checkboxes from the area (3) become marked, the button (4) becomes active and when it is pressed, the selected records are deleted from the database.
I would be grateful for any advice, but a step-by-step explanation of how these tasks can be implemented would be especially valuable, it will allow a better understanding of the Wappler logic. I also note that at the moment I have studied all the video materials made by @Hyperbytes and @psweb (I am very grateful for the content), as well as the available documentation. In addition to looking for a solution here on the forum, but found tasks differ from my own, and without sufficient detailed explanations. So I decided to create this topic.
PS Very lacking documentation which describes the entire interface of Wappler and its functions, with examples of use, as is done in Bubble. That documentation that is at the moment helps very much, but unfortunately considers only certain, special cases. A very large part of the interface remains without explanation of use, which complicates the development of the program.
Thanks in advance! All success and luck!