All objects and some selected fields in the template are explained below. Please refer to our Bubble Best Practices document for guidance on how the Bubble database should be structured.
All data types and a few select fields are explained below. A good general rule to follow is that you shouldn't delete any fields that are included with the template and instead only add new ones.
This data type includes fields for all app-wide settings. Most of the data fields are controlled by the App admin from the Admin portal. There should only be a single object of this data type.
Ask for cookies?
yes / no
App Owner can control whether or not to ask users to accept cookies (if yes, a cookies banner will show on the homepage)
Contact / support email that all emails in the application come from. Whenever a new email action is created in the application, it should refer to this field instead of being hardcoded
Email verification required?
yes / no
App owner can control whether or not to require users to verify their emails during the sign up process (if yes, users will receive an email that contains a verification link and they will need to click the link to verify their emails)
Name of your app / website. This is the field that should be referenced anywhere where the name is used (instead of hardcoded).
App primary color
App and email template primary color
yes / no
This disables the Usersnap tool, which Airdev uses with its clients to submit feedback and bug reports.
This data type is specifically for setting up custom app-wide variables for your project. Simply add fields as need and reference them from your pages by accessing the
var - app variables
The user data type represents each person who has an account in your application.
Date agreed to terms and privacy docs
Date agreed to terms and privacy docs during sign up
Date signup completed
Date the user completed signup. This is populated upon sign up when the user signs up for an account by himself. If the user is invited to the app (e.g, app admin) then this is recorded when he first sets his password.
yes / no
User is marked as inactive = yes when app admin deletes the user from the admin portal
Captures the last date that the user loaded any page in the app
E.g., E-mail, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or etc.
This data type allows you to quickly preview your page layout by it as your data source. This is filler data for designers to create the UI.
These fields can be used to see what the UI of a page looks like with given types of data, which is helpful when you want to focus on the design and ignore the content. Building this way is also great when the designer isn't familiar with the data structures for a particular design.
Sample pdf file
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First name of a person
Last name of a person
Number of likes
Number larger than 0
Number of stars
Number between 1 and 5
Integer used to order how these Dummy objects are displayed
Number with 10 digits
Integer used for testing price displays
Image of a person (or dog)
A sentence-length text
1-3 word text
This data type is color palette list is referenced in the Air Color Picker plugin / element. Feel free to add more color entries for quick access when using the Air Color Picker element.
We use this data type for push notifications when we turn your app into a native mobile iOS or Android app.
Email templates are managed from the admin portal and act as the main parent to manage email content for different scenarios
The email template variant holds the email content for its parent Email template. When using multiple languages an email template will have multiple variants... one for each language.
⚙️ Email Template
Parent email template
Sample pdf fileimage
Language code for the language this variant represents
Display name of the variants language
Text to use as the body content for the email
Text to include as the signature of the email
Text to add to the subject line of the email
Used to verify a users email
We create one record for each header you create for your application
Contains all the code and metadata for an item such as a link, button, icon, etc that has been created for a footer or header element
Stores the code data when a user is going through the verification process for their email, sms, or two-factor authentication.