Input groups help you organize forms. It can be a name label with an input field.
Build your form with the many different form elements available in Ycode:
Input groups: To organize your form
Label: To give fields a name
Submit button: To submit the information that was inserted
For the form input, you've got options as well:
Input: For short text data, works with text fields in your database
Select: For multiple-choice, works with relationship fields in your database (both reference and multi-reference fields)
Text area: For long text, works with text area fields in your database
Rich-text editor: To add long-format text, with more control and formatting options
Checkbox: To confirm statements, works with True/False fields in your database
Radio: To control elements that allow users to choose only one of a predefined set of mutually exclusive options
File upload: To upload files to forms
For this element to work, it needs to be associated with an action.
For example: When the submit button is clicked, the data is added to the database and the user will be redirected to the homepage.
Before you create a form, you first need to select a form type. There are five different types to choose from:
Forms go hand in hand with workflows. Before we explain how each form can be set up in Ycode, we recommend you read the workflows documentation to gain a better understanding.