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Fluent Entity Framework by Rebecca M. Riordan

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Requirement list

So, what can we deduce from those UX sketches? Here are a few things that jump out at me. Can you think of others?

Image We’ll need to perform all the basic CRUD operations on the underlying data. That’s a given in most applications, but the UX can vary widely. In this application, the end user will be performing the operations, so we know we’ll need to allow for that.

Image We’ll need to reformat the Ingredient data for display. But because of the separate Add/Edit UI, we don’t need to extrapolate structured data from free-form text. (Whew!) ...

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