Displaying 1 to 10 from 10 results

learn-to-send-email-via-google-script-html-no-server - :email: An Example of using an HTML form (e

  •    HTML

A Step-by-Step Example of using an HTML Form to send a "Contact Us" Message via Email without a Backend Server using a Google Script - No PHP, Python, Ruby, Java, Node.js etc. Warning: Google's API has limits on how many emails it can send in a day. This may vary on your Google account, see the limits here. We recommend implementing this tutorial through Part 3, since the data will always be added to the spreadsheet first, then emailed if possible.


  •    Javascript

Are-you-sure (jquery.are-you-sure.js) is simple light-weight "dirty form" JQuery Plugin for modern browsers. It helps prevent users from losing unsaved HTML Form changes by promoting the user to save/submit. Are-you-sure is a minimal plugin for modern browsers. There are plenty of "dirty forms" implementations out there, however they all seemed very heavyweight and over-engineered...! Most were written some time back and contain many 'hacks' to support legacy browsers, and/or rely on other fat dependencies such as FaceBox or jQueryUI. Are-you-sure solves this by doing this simple task in the simplest possible way.

kirby-uniform - A versatile Kirby 2 plugin to handle web form actions.

  •    PHP

A versatile Kirby 2 plugin to handle web form actions. This is Uniform v3. For Uniform v2.3 head over to the v2 branch.

semantic_forms - Form generators leveraging semantic web standards (RDF(S), OWL, SPARQL , ...

  •    Scala

Form generators leveraging semantic web standards RDF(S), OWL, SPARQL , JSON-LD , ... This is a building block for web application frameworks, like Play! Framework, Ruby on Rails, Django, Drupal, etc, but not SQL based.

form-builder - Flow Form Framework integration into Neos CMS

  •    PHP

This package adds a builder for the Flow Form Framework to the Neos CMS backend. It also comes with Fusion prototypes that allow for dynamic Fusion based Form definitions. To each Form Element Validators can be added and some elements allow to create child Form Elements or Select Options. Besides, every form allows to create Further Form Pages that can contain elements themselves. And, of course, Form Finishers can be added to the Form.

core - The Form Tools core: formtools.org

  •    PHP

This repo contains the source code for the Form Tools Core. The Core provides the minimal code needed to run Form Tools on your server. Form Tools 3 (2018) was a complete rewrite of the application. Form Tools started back in 2004 and this v3 the third (and hardest!) rewrite. The goal was to modernize the script: to run on PHP 7, use PDO, update all lib dependencies, introduce tests and pave the way for upcoming changes and features.