Building on the techniques from the previous chapters, the web framework enables you to code your web application at a more abstract level. The automatic creation of routes and binding of form field values to the parameters of the handler function are the features that boost your productivity. You also learned how to add your own validation functions and display the error message. Security functionality was implemented with the generic
@before attribute. The web framework also simplifies access to translated text for the localization of your website.
A real web application needs a database for the persistent storage of its data. This is the topic of the next chapter.