</> htmx - high power tools for HTML
I didn't get to a point of making any forms, and I may work on this some more this evening. But the more I work on how the net details page will look, the more it helps me in thinking how the form will look. Ultimately, my net details page will also be the editable form. There would be a button to switch from readonly to an editable view. I've used htmx in the past to simplify the live ajax style of page updating, and I think it will fit here. Basically buttons to assume net control, open and close the net, and an in-line form to add activity (mainly checkins or comments). I can see a relatively seamless UI path for the "quick entry" and individual action entry, though I know there will be lots more to learn on the backend.
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