My son is a big fan of Pokémon and loves to talk about the details of all his Pokémon and their strengths, weaknesses, type matchups.
I spent a couple hours building a quick Pokédex app with Glide for him. It was very simple but fun and the end result was good enough for an MVP. I probably spent more time researching Pokémon and finding good data to load into the app than I did on the configuration.
When I shared it with my son, it was a huge hit. He loved it! Over the next couple of days, I watched as he showed it to everyone he could over Facetime and Zoom and on my phone.
He loved showing friends and cousins and grandparents that it was "his app" as evidenced by the fact that it said "___'s Pokédex App" on the home screen. He also completely edited almost every bit of verified, perfectly structured data I entered into the app. He took the most joy in modifying the descriptions to suit his perspective on each Pokémon. It was great to watch.
I learned (re-learned, really) two good lessons.