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    I am trying to build an application where you make simple schedules. I created an Item called Activity and added some properties like ‘duration’ and ‘title,’ but I can’t seem to add this to a Storage object. I guess I am struggling a bit to understand what an ‘Item’ is. Is it just a normal class like in other OOP languages?


    How should I do if I want to have an ‘Activity’ type and store it in a cache?



    Hi Jens,


    an Item is a QML Object which is drawn by the underlying system. It is the equivalent of a View or a Widget in other programming languages, so you can’t store it directly using Storage.


    The closest construct to an OOP Object is a JavaScript object. Here you can find how to store and retrieve a “fruit” object directly inside the Felgo Storage: https://felgo.com/doc/felgo-storage/#advanced-usage

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