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October 2020

— It's already there, in the red circle

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The word "load" means you have a "storage", so one loads something into it. i have a cup (storage) and i load a tea (item) in there

— Https://jsfiddle.net/qs5zd9uf/

— Best example ever

— Generic logic first, right.. then code

— Ahahha

— However you forgot the teapot (Middleware from db to frontend) and the tea bag (the table format you'll have to follow when creating new items)

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— Thanks guys

— Tea-bag is a low quality dust, better use leaf form

— Now i think var table is correct. How can i us it there (table.Datatable(.)

— Put it to upper (same) scope

— It doesn't work