At this point, the brewery features are complete. Creating a set of pages for the beer documents is a similar exercise that is left to the reader. Using scaffolding and reusing the patterns from working with breweries, it shouldn’t take much effort to build those features.
The code for this sample app is on GitHub at https://github.com/couchbaselabs/beer-sample-net. It contains all the code from this tutorial, plus the beer pages. It also contains some very minor style and navigation improvements (such as a home page).
Finally, a single tutorial can address only so many concerns. Clearly some shortcuts were taken with validation, exception handling and the like. Certain architectural patterns, such as dependency injection and MVVM were also omitted for the sake of brevity. The intent of this tutorial was to provide an intermediate introduction to Couchbase development with .NET. Your app should be able to make use of some or all of the patterns described.