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We have demonstrated in the previous two articles how one can add a new child view to a View and then how one can remove the child view from a View. In this article, we will not learn anything new. All we are going to do is combine the two approaches in order to replace an existing child View with another one.
In order to replace a child view with another child view you will need to complete following steps:
Every time a News Item is being edited (and saved) we will check if the title of the News Item contains word “dirty”. If so, we will redirect user to the website teaching people manners. This is obviously, rather absurd implementation; however it demonstrates a lot when it comes to the capabilities of the new backend architecture.
The following steps will outline how to complete our sample task:
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