Learn about cleaning up the Calendar web-app

How-to Create a Calendar Scheduling Web App Using Bubble.io No Code Development – Part 5

In this 6th video on creating a fully-functional Calendar app using Bubble, the focus is on cleaning-up some miscellaneous aspects of the design.  You’ll also learn how to better format dates and to sort numbers.

As you watch the video, it’s important to keep in mind that developing an app isn’t always focused on creating new functionality.  Sometimes you need to step back and make sure that what you’ve developed makes sense from a User perspective.  Or you’ll do some testing and realize that the functionality you thought you implemented doesn’t work as expected.  This is a natural and expected part of app development.  This is why iterating quickly (including testing) is so important.  It’s better for you to find and fix the issues as soon as possible.  This video is simply a “clean-up” of a few design and user-experience issues that have come up so far.

If you missed the earlier videos in this how-to series, you can find them here.  You can also check-out blog post #1, post #2post #3 and post #4.

Thanks for checking out my blog and watching this how-to series.  If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment below.  Thank you for interest and your time.

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