I am very new to Thunkable. I have watched many videos and read many discussions, but couldn’t seem to figure out why my table is not showing. I only need to display the data from the airtable, that’s all. Hope you can help with this. I am in a time crunch and need to figure this out!
you picked the wrong component to add to your screen. you defined your data in airtable but you seem to be using firebase. remove the firebase component from the invisible components and drag in the airtable component. THEN higlight that component in the screen then go to the properties panel on the right and populate the fields APIKey, BaseId, TableName and GridName, which you obtained when you defined your data at the Airtable site.
Thanks for the response!
I have not used the firebase component in my app, and I double-checked. I just followed along with the thunkable docs website. It isn’t used there, either. I have this airtable in the invisible components section. I also populated the fields APIKey, BaseId, Table Name, and Grid Name with the data from the airtable site in the properties panel.
i dont think you can populate a listviewer with the contents of the full row, which appears to be what you’re trying to do (ie. get rows, splistviewer, etc). typically, you populate the listviewer with one name, in this case, one column from your table. please try to change the getrows to getColumn (Name) - and populate the listviewer with the returned column.
then in your listviewer on select block, use the returned item for reading (ONE) row to obtain the remaining columns (website and address) if needed.
OR, after doing the getrows, then do the getColumn, upon listviewer select, obtain the rest of the row information by using the index returned by listviewer, as the index for retrieveing from the list initially returned by getrows. (does this make sense?)
Also, if you wouldn’t mind, I have a few questions:
How can I make breaks/‘enter spaces’ between the values of my data? I only decided to make one column of data (with all the data I need) with extra rows in between and on the live version this is how it appears: