apostrophePollPlugin - 0.1.0
Raffaele Bolliger <raffaele.bolliger at gmail.com>
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Provides support for forms publication in Apostrophe CMS websites.
This plugin provides forms integration to Apostrophe CMS websites.
The goal of the plugin is to provide the support for forms display and handling, as well as data storage and visualization.
The plugin doesn't provide support for online forms creation. They must be written manually, using the symfony form framework.
The plugin is very flexible and extensible. A high degree of customization allows one to publish different types of forms with a minimum effort.
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Copyright (c) 2012 Raffaele Bolliger
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apostrophePollPlugin is a symfony plugin that provides forms integration to apostrophe-based websites.
The plugin is NOT designed to build forms online. Its purpose is to manage the workflow of forms submissions. Forms must be created manually, using the symfony form framework. For this reason, the plugin is intended for people having a minimal understanding of how synfony works.
The plugin provides three modules: * A new slot type, to publish the form in various pages of the CMS * An administration module to manage forms behavior and appearance * An administration module to manage user's submitted data
The plugin provides many ways to customize both forms appearance and submission management via configurable options.
The plugin is fully documented on its homepage, hosted on GitHub. You can also find the documentation in the data/doc folder.