Storage Patterns for User Input

  • Jordan Goldmeier


In the last chapter, I discussed developing the components of a spreadsheet-based wizard. The main example from last chapter had you review the infrastructure required to create a spreadsheet-based wizard. Whereas the last chapter concerned layout mechanics of creating an input interface, this chapter will deal with how to store the information once the user has finished their input. What follows builds from the previous chapter. You’ll still use the spreadsheet-based wizard implementation described in the previous chapter. However, going forward, you’ll make a few changes, which you’ll see here soon.


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  • Jordan Goldmeier
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  1. 1.OHUnites States

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