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Thread began 8/15/2009 5:44 am by jon_upton | Last modified 8/18/2009 4:47 am by russell355191 | 1306 views | 7 replies |

jon_upton

CSS Form Builder

Does this work for Classic ASP and ASP.Net

Jon

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

No, it is php only. As will be all of our new products and product updates moving forward.... But I suppose you could run it without server validation, which is the only server code, and it would work to create the styled form, css, and spry validation.

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jon_upton

Very disappointing

Ray

I have been a user since May 2005 and find this php only stuff very sad I would find it difficult to justify moving from asp to php as I have a very heavy asp development investment and many years experience. I think you are also missing out on a large number of developers cast adrift by the abandonment of the interakt products by Adobe.

How many of the investments I have made with you will become unusable by me as they are updated? I have:

Data Assist
Validation Toolkit
Universal Email
Dynamic Dropdowns
Digital File Pro 1
SecurityAssist
Cookies Toolkit
iRite
eCart
Dynamic Web Charts
CSS Sculptor
ProMaps for Google

I guess the first of these was the Digital File Pro 2 update which lost asp support.

Jon

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Wayne366927

Captcha "Refresh Image"

Hi Ray:
The Form Builder looks great! But I don't see a choice for Captcha "Refresh Image". Is it included?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It isn't included as a direct feature, but it would be easy enough to refresh the image using javascript once you were done.

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Wayne366927

Captcha "Refresh Image"

Hi Ray:
This forum has Captcha "Refresh Image" as do most sites that use Captacha. Is this a feature that you would consider adding to Forms Builder?

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anonymous

Originally Said By: jon_upton
  Ray

I have been a user since May 2005 and find this php only stuff very sad I would find it difficult to justify moving from asp to php as I have a very heavy asp development investment and many years experience. I think you are also missing out on a large number of developers cast adrift by the abandonment of the interakt products by Adobe.

How many of the investments I have made with you will become unusable by me as they are updated? I have:

Data Assist
Validation Toolkit
Universal Email
Dynamic Dropdowns
Digital File Pro 1
SecurityAssist
Cookies Toolkit
iRite
eCart
Dynamic Web Charts
CSS Sculptor
ProMaps for Google

I guess the first of these was the Digital File Pro 2 update which lost asp support.

Jon  



Jon,

I feel your pain as I was once a ColdFusion developer. I actually started learning PHP over a year back because the costs, alone, to license ColdFusion were getting enormous and it didn't seem to have the kind of global developer support that PHP did. I also dabbled in the flavors of ASP before deciding to fully dive into PHP.

At first, I thought it would be difficult but now after getting my feet wet and porting all of my sites over to PHP, I find it really quite easier than CF or ASP. The good news with PHP is that the licensing costs are FAR better than for either CF or ASP - as PHP and MySQL are FREE. If you have any nominal extra time on your hands, I would highly recommend taking a dip into PHP. Not only is the learning curve quick, there are so many people out there willing to help.

Cheers,

Brian

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russell355191Beta Tester

php/mysql

Hi,

Only in the last 12-14 months did I become a web developer.
For the last few years I have been watching the development of web technologies to see which way it would travel.

From that observation I chose php/mysql.
It was included on cPanel on my hosting supplier and cPanel is the most popular one in the market and gaining rapidly every day.

I had many people tell me don't go that way, stick with ASP but I had a gut feeling, and the fact it's market share is not going up is proof.

I was not surprised when WA stopped development of the other technologies.

So in 12 months from not know ANYTHING about web development to now being involved in developing a sophisticated web application is amazing.

I'm building this app with DW & Webassist.

For those who use Webassist tools in ASP etc you probably should weigh up the time efficiency (and that's money) gained from using those apps compared to not changing over. Do the sums and if you don't change it's going to hit your pocket (at some point in the near future) far more than the investments you have already made in those other technologies.

Besides, PHP/mysql is the NEW STANDARD, so why not be apart of it ?

Regards
Russell

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