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Form Generator result page receives a facelift

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WFF’s result page received a facelift yesterday, as we try to improve usability. While the initial result page was slapped together without much thought so as to get WFF out the door quicker, this revision has had more thought put into it, and is more aesthetically pleasing. For instance, when there are errors in form submitted, you’ll see something like this:

web form generator

along with clear error messages which tell you what’s ‘wrong’ with your form. Once these errors have been fixed and the form re-submitted, you should see something like this:

web form generator done

We’ve also stamped out some minor bugs in this new release. The next release(s) which should happen very soon, will introduce some new features, so stay tuned. Thanks for using WFF





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Web Form Factory is an open source web form generator which automatically creates and binds the backend code for any form it is provided with.

WFF is based on the POG project, another open source code generator

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