ProForms is a developer friendly concrete5 custom object type utilizing C5’s robust attribute and attribute set architecture.
Have you ever wished there was a simpler way to take form data and review it to then do things like publish to a page or create a new user from it?
ProForms is designed to go beyond “just a block” and give you the control and flexibility you need over your form data.
Create conditional question dependencies and display or hide questions based on the answers of other questions.
Or hook into ProForm site-wide events with your own packages , or extend ProForms with custom Question Types. The possibilities are limitless.
One of the pitfalls of current C5 form solutions is simply the restrictiveness of what you can do with them. You got what you got and that’s what you get.
And to modify those forms is a painful and nightmarish process that no developer in their right mind find to be well structured or extensible.
ProForms solves these common heartaches by working in a medium that is already familiar to many Concrete5 developers. Attributes.
By reworking the semantics, adding some layers of improvements, and collaborating with extensive enterprise use and study, RadiantWeb has built a system that is powerful, flexible, and easily extendable.
We are very excited about this package and how much time and money it has saved us and our clients.
We hope you enjoy it, and we hope you extend it!**
**as we have dozens of QuestionTypes and Use Cases under development and in use with our clients, we do ask that any packages extending ProForms simply be requested first. We would not want anyone to feel as though we rip them off if we happen to have something planned to be included with the package or as a separate feature slated for release.
**we welcome any and all contributions/suggestions
download the ProForms Package Extend Example
Demo ProForms at http://demo.chadstrat.com
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How-to article User Submitted Blog Posts with ProForms & ProBlog - http://goradiantweb.com/blog/technology/user-submitted-blog-posts-proforms/
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