Umbraco is a great Content Management System to create pages and data items. But sometimes you want to go a step further with your data. You might want to be able to display, modify or remove rows from it and putting the data as nodes inside the Umbraco content tree is not always an option. This is where the free Umbraco package Fluidity
comes in the picture. It allows developers to rapidly create a simple custom user interface for a database table. Why? Because the displaying and editing preferably all happens inside the trusted Umbraco backend environment with easy field editors like date pickers and dropdown lists. Let's take a look at the possibilities and how to use them.