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Creating Interfaces with Bulma by Dave Berning, Aslam Shah, Mikko Lauhakari, Oleksii Potiekhin, creator of Bulma Jeremy Thomas

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Chapter 8. Creating more tables and selecting dropdowns

This chapter is going to continue using tables in dropdowns, with a focus on more advanced cases. At this point, if you’ve followed along, you have created the majority of the application. There are, however, a few more things to do.

Note: To see the full code of the example used in this book take a look at the book’s accompanying GitHub page.

The Order content type connects a Customer to one or multiple Books. Each Order will have:

  • An id number
  • An associated customer
  • A date
  • A list of books
  • A status, one of “In progress”, “Successful”, or “Failed”
  • A total cost

List of orders

To display the list of orders, you can use a similar table to the customers table.

Duplicate customers.html, rename ...

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