This is some examples of the most simple way to use the DB_DataObject_FormBuilder_Frontend-package.
The most basic way to use the frontend. Using the Renderer to manage it.
It sets up some default values, and defines which columns from the table to display in the table list.
Just like the above example, except, this one will include a css-file in the generated page. This makes the page look so much nicer.
Like example 2, but instead of using the Renderer, use the Frontend more direct.
When doing that, you have to do several things. First, check if there is a css-file from the config that should be added to the page. (Line 6-8)
Then print the toolbar (->getToolbar()) The toolbar is the one containing the 'add new record'-link and the pager. (Line 10)
Finally, output whatever is returned from ->process() (Line 12). But, since ->process() might do a http-redirect, it needs to be called before outputting anything. (Line 4)