Chapter 26. Adding and Modifying Data

IN THIS CHAPTER

Creating the Web Store New User Registration Page Using ASP, ColdFusion, or PHP

Creating the My Account Page Using ASP, ColdFusion, or PHP

Building the Web Store New User Registration Page Using ASP.NET

Creating the My Account Page Using ASP.NET

Using Application Objects to Create an Admin Page

One of the primary purposes for developing a dynamic web application is not only to be able to view live data from your database, but also to modify, add, or delete the data within it. The last chapter exposed you to a key component of web application development: dynamic data. Unfortunately, that knowledge can take you only as far as being able to physically modifying the database when changes ...

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