Monthly Archives: October 2010

Moving to jQuery

Just a quick note: throughout its history, Form Tools has used the Prototype JS framework. It’s a great framework, but the last couple of years I’ve been doing more and more jQuery – and quite honestly, prefer it. It’s less … Continue reading »

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Back soon…

Hi all, I’m going to put a halt to development on the script for a month or so – I’ll be out and about for a while (trip to Boston & New York for a jQuery conference / holiday) and … Continue reading »

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New module: Database Integrity

Hey folks, I’ve just released a new module for testing the integrity of your Form Tools databases. If you find you run into unexplained problems, it’s a good idea to download this and test things out. It’s compatible with all … Continue reading »

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What’s coming in 2.0.5

Hi all, Now that 2.0.4 is out the door, it’s time to think about the next release! For a long time, the Grand Plan has been to add a form builder component to Form Tools which would allow users to … Continue reading »

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