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Form Builders

Mr. Christopher Falzone
Does anyone have experience with Form Builders?  

I know DotCMS has some great form handling capabilities.  However, I
have a lot of users that do not even know how to build forms.  So far
I've suggested they use something like Dreamweaver or something.  But
not every department has the money to plunk down for a product like
that and frankly it's not really designed for that use.

I plan on taking a look at what's out there, I was just wondering if
anyone has used one or two and can lend me some advice.

Thanks.
Christopher F. Falzone
Edinboro University of PA



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Re: Form Builders

Nathan Keiter
I have developed two open source Form Builder desktop applications, one in HTML and one in Adobe AIR. They are tailored to Gettysburg College, but could be modified to meet the needs of your institution. If anyone is interested, please feel free to contact me personally for more information.

ctiggerf wrote
Does anyone have experience with Form Builders?  

I know DotCMS has some great form handling capabilities.  However, I
have a lot of users that do not even know how to build forms.  So far
I've suggested they use something like Dreamweaver or something.  But
not every department has the money to plunk down for a product like
that and frankly it's not really designed for that use.

I plan on taking a look at what's out there, I was just wondering if
anyone has used one or two and can lend me some advice.

Thanks.
Christopher F. Falzone
Edinboro University of PA



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