Simple CRUD Example – Part 1

If you have ever developed a web application you’ll know that most of the code you write is not clever business logic that’s doing complicated calculations but actually fairly simple CRUD (Create, Reuse/Retrieve, Update, Delete) code. Since this is the type of code that gets written all the time it makes sense to know it inside and out and make sure it’s correct and optimized. This series of articles takes you through the creation of a simple CRUD application using the following technologies:Continue reading