CRUD is a very well known acronym for software. It stands for Create, Read, Update, and Delete and they are the basic operations you need in any system that stores data.
When talking about user-interface, the “read” part is usually broken in two: list the records, and show a detailed view of each one. As far as I know, Rails popularized that convention, and several frameworks have adopted it.
So, this is a note for me, but it might be useful for others: let’s use “CUDLS” (cuddles?) as an acronym for that interface operations and let “CRUD” stand for the storage operations.