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Does Formulate support multi-step forms? I couldn't see anything in the documentation oh how this can be achieved, unless I missed something glaringly obvious.
If Formulate does support multi-step, would it be possible to implement some kind of decision tree? For instance, selecting a Yes/No radio button would show a different form in the next step depending on the choice made. I'm assuming this is something that would need to be handled in code rather than some configuration from the backoffice.
It support it to a degree. Basically, it has some plumbing that makes it possible for you to implement it. Here's what I've done before:
I can probably dig up some code if you are interested in seeing it.
Thanks for your reply Nicholas. Your process makes sense, something we would need to try.
Yes, definitely interested in seeing code if you have it to hand.
formulate: validation: success
This event sends an object containing a "cancelSubmit" property that you can set to false to avoid submitting the form.
I believe you can also use the fields and/or payload properties to aggregate the data. So, when proceeding to the next step in the form, you can save the data. Then when you get to the final step, you can set the properties based on the combined data.
Thanks for the tips. I'll give it a go and see how I get on.
FYI, I have a working prototype for multi-step forms in the develop branch for Formulate 3.
You can follow the progress here: https://github.com/rhythmagency/formulate/issues/165
Multi-step forms were released as part of Formulate 3.2.1: https://github.com/rhythmagency/formulate/releases/tag/v3.2.1
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