Speed up your Adalo app in few simple steps

We have just published a short video about how to Speed Up your Adalo app.

Check it on our website: www.boglex.de

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Hey man, you should have your video script proofread first. A few small things make the script sound unnatural (I’m in Colorado, USA).

For example: “In this video, I will show you how to speed up you Adalo app in few simple steps. Before to start…”

This should be, “In this video, I will show you how to speed up your Adalo app in just a few simple steps. Before getting started…”

Apart from that, the information is simple and nice.

You can break down each of these steps into much more complex tutorials and really get into more detail.

Good work.

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Thank you @Flawless. I will take your advice into account and for the following videos I will prepare a more professional script.

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A nice little video with some great tips.

Can you (or anyone else) give a few examples about using a scratchpad as a way to reduce database calls?

I understand why it works, but I’m trying to figure out how I might use it in the real world.

Thanks so much.

Hi @MikesClub, Boglex team is preparing some new videos this week to explain each step of this short video. We’Il give real examples that we use.

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Hi guys! We just posted a new video explaining how we can avoid database requests using “change input”. It’s a short video worth watching.


Hi @alexbarciog

That’s very interesting. Question: Where’s the input value saved or where does it live? Does it live in a collection?

I’m confused as to how and where you have that input value set up.


Hi @charleshope

The “input” is in a page that users can’t open (only to save the value of input). You can retain the informations of a session even if the user open other pages.

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