- Added in a setValue function to the Form Builder Object in case you don’t know what the value is when you create the new element.
- Updated the documentation
October 30, 2010
October 24, 2010
I noticed that the list of links was getting relatively long, so instead of adding more on the side bar, I have created a page for all of the previous versions of the applications I have made.
After the previous update to the Form Builder, it was mentioned to me that the placing of each element in it’s own div was no longer required. This update removes those divs and just causes the straight HTML to be returned from the toHTML functions.
October 3, 2010
After using the Form Builder, I realized that one part of how it was originally implemented made it extremely hard to use. This has now been fixed.
Instead of returning a string of the output from the actual object, the output is split into two sections:
- FormBuilder::HTML – The HTML for the actual input element
- FormBuilder::LABEL – If a label is present, the label part of the input field