Chapter 5. Getting down with data binding

This chapter covers

Throughout chapter 4 you saw the garden of input controls that empower you to harvest data from your users. Once collected, data is often planted within a persistent data source so that it can be used at a later time. If that point comes, the data is often retrieved via an in-memory object, through some services, or over a network. These services are the topic of the next chapter. But first, you’ll see the data part of the equation because it’s closer to the UI.

Throughout this chapter you’ll see how to handle data once it’s in memory. This discussion will include an overview of the ...

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