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Save Posts with HTML Form
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Now that you have a bit of understanding on creating objects using Waterline, let's move on and start saving post objects in our database. The easiest way to do this is to create an HTML form that allows us to submit objects to our server. Forms can pass data through "POST" requests on the request body, which we will access on the server side. Taking care of this step will allow us to display posts in HTML as well using EJS, a javascript templating engine.

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