Raise your hand if you’ve used Sitecore’s WFFM tool. Now keep your hand up if you loved it. I’m not saying anything.
Good news if you weren’t a fan. In the latest version of Sitecore, the WFFM tool (I think it’s called just Forms) has undergone a massive overhaul. There’s actually a component on the Launchpad for it!
Once you click on that, you’ll see a new tool in the editor. This is a nice drag-and-drop-style interface which is pretty intuitive to use. Here’s a few quick screen grabs:
Those are just a few of the screens from the Forms tool. To set this on a page, you simply insert a MVC Form Rendering and set the Form from the Rendering Parameters. Pretty familiar territory here.
PS: In order to get your form to render, make sure you include the following HTML Snip:
This entry is part of my series "Nine on Nine" which is a "quick peek" at nine new things in Sitecore 9. I've been messing a bit with the Technical Preview, and there's lots of exciting stuff to share. Some of these might change a little in regards to General Availability, but hopefully not too much... These posts won't cover everything in depth, as I hope to do more detailed analysis in the coming months. Other Entries in Nine on Nine
- Connecting to Sitecore Rocks
- Controlling Configuration Load Order
- Dynamic Placeholders
- Server Role Configuration
- Sitecore Forms
- Switching Search Providers
- SIF and HTTPS Everywhere
- Using Set in Configuration Files
- Infrastructure Software changes