Forms and views

Enter your data here and filter as required


In some applications (especially databases), a structured window, box, or other self-contained element provides a visual filter for the underlying data it is presenting.

A form can also be a template into which you enter information (data). For example, first and last names, customer addresses, etc.


A view shows only the data selected for that particular view. You can therefore determine which content should be displayed and how.

With large amounts of data, it makes sense to only display the information that is specifically needed, for instance, you might want to show only those customers who paid by credit card and spent more than โ‚ฌ1,000 in the last week.

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