A website that will create forms and store results for you?

Does a website that will let you easily create your own forms exist? It
will store the submitted data for you in its database for you to look at
and possibly query.

I’m sure i’ve seen one somewhere but i can’t remember.

Anyone any ideas?

Thanks
Chris

wufu

On 8/24/06, Chris [email protected] wrote:

Does a website that will let you easily create your own forms exist? It
will store the submitted data for you in its database for you to look at
and possibly query.

http://wufoo.com/


Austin G.
Thinking & Making: IA, UX, and IxD
http://thinkingandmaking.com
[email protected]

Chris:

Google Base kind of does that (http://base.google.com/).

How is this related to Ruby on Rails, though?

-Ryan


http://www.webdevelopreneur.com/

www.wufoo.com

Hello All,
We have just launched a new site: www.formlogix.com
that is much better then wufoo,
It allows the creation of simple and complex forms with the ease of
drawing in paintbrush

try it out

On 8/24/06, Charlie B. [email protected] wrote:

www.wufoo.com

I was really excited when I first saw this…finally an Access for the
web!

I think they missed the boat with wufoo though…seems like they’re
targeting folks who need simple web forms, when they have a base that
could
really be targetted to corporate users who don’t want to be MS
Access-bound
but want it’s ease of use in creating form driven applications.

Jake

hi, the software looks awesome, but is there an option that converts the
code generated by the form into ruby code where i just paste it into a
view?

bbqTree wrote:

hi, the software looks awesome, but is there an option that converts the
code generated by the form into ruby code where i just paste it into a
view?

Its called “right click then view source”

but arent forms diffrent in ruby views vs regular html? like you need to
specify controller/action/table names/etc…?

Chris wrote:

bbqTree wrote:

hi, the software looks awesome, but is there an option that converts the
code generated by the form into ruby code where i just paste it into a
view?

Its called “right click then view source”

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