Finally, there is the matter of invoking the real Create-Read-Update-Destroy (CRUD) actions on the data, which will ultimately be performed in a remote data store. We have already seen the busy states while reading data, so let's look at the additional busy states while creating, updating, and destroying data.
As we can see from the previous figure, all three of these processes are started using the
commitRecord method of the store. As we've seen before, when calling
commitRecord, we pass in either the record type and ID or the store key. But we can pass a parameter's object too, which can be used to pass ...