Chapter 27. Building Rich, Data-Driven Web Applications

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Unless you’re creating the most basic of applications on the web, your application will need to interact with data. It will need to retrieve data from some location for display to the user or perhaps for being processed by business logic. You will also surely need to be able to send data to a data source. Sending data to a data source takes place when you need to change existing data, create new data, or delete existing data. All of these operations are standard for pretty much any web application that does anything more than simply display static text.

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