Let’s walk through an example usage of the searchinator.
We can’t get to any other pages until we log in, so let’s do that. If
heinz for our username and
doof as our password,
we’ll be let in.
Note that you should consult your data dictionary (probably in
inator_data.json) to find or create a valid username/password
After logging in, we’re redirected to the list of inators. You can see a flashed message  at the top informing us that our login was successful.
Viewing an Inator¶
If we click on one inator, we can see its details.
Back to the List¶
If we click the Inventory button at the top of the page it takes us back to the list of inators. Note that the “Successful login” flashed message is gone now. That’s the whole idea!
Let’s have a look at another inator. Maybe we decide that we’d like to delete this one. Let’s click that “Delete” button in the upper right.
We’re taken to a page asking if we’d like to delete the inator. Let’s say that we do! We’ll go ahead and press that red button.
After deleting the inator record, we’re redirected back to the list
page. You can see we’ve received another flashed message informing us
that the deletion was a success. You can also see that the
dynamic-inator is gone now.
Now, let’s press the “Add New Inator” button.
Adding a New Inator¶
We’re taken to a page where we can fill out a form to create a new inator. Let’s fill it in with some details and press submit.
Looks like adding the inator was a success! You can see that the
junk-inator is in our inventory now.