I’m thinking about data models and how best to structure things, because discovering that one’s code breaks with more than a couple users is no fun.
If you haven’t already read it, this is interesting:
Not directly about Thunkable, but if you’re putting data in Firebase, definitely relevant!
I’m not a database expert, but I’ve spent just enough time with relational databases that some of my instincts are just /wrong/. I’d not have thought to do the last example because it feels like storing the data twice, but looking at it, I’m like “oh yeah, that would be so much easier to access!”