Hey guys, you can handle the fact that you can use an id for output only once with triggered_id, pattern matching, and so on.
I was wondering about the actual reason why you can only use an id once for an output.
I am learning js and react right now and I see how much cleaner the code is when you can output to the same element multiple times (set the value / switch the children’s) from different places in the code.
During in-dash callbacks, you can only do this from a single callback function.
So I wondered why and if there are any plans to change this.
Yes, it would make writing dash callbacks so much cleaner and easier I think when they actually implement this feature it will be one of the biggest changes for so many users. for me it will be for sure!