Chapter 4. The Data Model

Our app is growing fine, yet it's starting to show its limits. There's no way we can add, update or delete our items, or properly implement our Login View, since it would require handling some sort of user authentication in terms of credential storage and session persistence, to say the least. Truth be told, we can't even say we're actually showing something close to our original plan. Our items don't resemble open-source game entries at all, they're more like a generic container put together in a rather random fashion by a sample, method acting as a Dummy Data Provider.

It's time to get rid of that provisional demo and start working on the real thing. We won't use Angular for that, as what we need to implement has little ...

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