Chapter 5. Persisting Changes

In the previous chapter, we replaced our dummy data provider with a real data provider built upon EF Core using a code-first approach. Now that we have data persistence, we're ready to entrust our users with the ability to interact with our application; this means that we can implement some much needed features such as login view, access control, and server-side sessions, as well as specific views to create, edit, or delete our entities, whether they are Items, Comments, or Users, ensuring that all the changes will be reflected in the database.

In this chapter we will take care of the latter, leaving the authentication features out; we will address these later on, as they will have their own dedicated chapter.

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