Using Bake to generate views and controller actions is great for getting an application started quickly. Eventually, though, you will need more customized code to flesh out the application’s feature set. For the application to provide much functionality, it will inevitably have some level of user interaction in the form of clicking links and HTML elements, supplying form data, or performing other interactions. As the users interact with the application, they will make requests that operate sequentially through controllers and views. This chapter will go through these sequences and explore the Cake features that give you more fine-tuned control over the user experience.
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