I’ve read a couple of articles related to row number vs performance and I was wondering if there’s an updated article related to the row limit and what are the steps forward.
I have a client right now who is geared towards Airtable but being perfectly honest, I think Airtable is pretty much horrible in terms of GUI and UX. Don’t get me wrong, it’s beatifully designed but does a horrible job guiding the user in the correct data entry and jumping between data sets (tables). On the other hand, Coda is absolutely brilliant at this.
Initially, I had consulted my client to steer away from Coda since he’ll be having around 20k rows in around 2-3 years.
What’s the official word on this? Is there value in reconsidering this advise and redesigning the solution in Coda?