InfoPath? We Don’t Need No Stinkin InfoPath

Companies need a forms strategy that doesn’t involve InfoPath, most other forms solutions are either very expensive or only customize the default SharePoint forms. With Forms7 could can create forms with similar functionality to InfoPath using only HTML and JavaScript. 

​Features Covered:

  • Forms

Session Objectives:

  • How to create forms using Forms
  • How to create different field types
  • How to create drop down lists from other SharePoint Lists
  • How to do field level encryption of data

This session was delivered at the SPBiz Conference and was presented by Mark Rackley.

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Category: Forms, SharePoint, SPBiz
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About The Author
- Mark is a principal consultant at capSpire Inc. with more than 20 years of experience designing and developing software solutions. Mark’s daily responsibilities include forging the direction of solution architecture and development projects for clients while providing the best solutions for clients’ unique problems.As a globally recognized SharePoint geek, Mark is an active blogger, presenter, author (and bacon aficionado) who is eager to lend his real-world knowledge of SharePoint to all who need it. In addition to speaking at various SharePoint conferences, Mark is the organizer of www.SharePointalooza.org in Branson, MO.

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