July/7/2009 UPDATE V2.0- Drop down menu and list menu items are also supported.
May/13/2009 UPDATE V1.1- changing the main and text area background colors were missed in the first version which is now corrected and the download file is updated.
May/16/2009 UPDATE V1.2- Tab ordering fixed, you may create any number of classes or fields and the tab ordering will be orgenized according to the xml (or how you add items through the class)
DESCRIPTIONSAS3 Web Form Class with radio buttons and checkbox support (Create your webform through XML)
Using this web form class you can create flash form in seconds! it can be used as login forms, contact forms, newsletter registaration forms, survey forms and actually it can be used for any kind of form in flash.
it’s not only a class as we also wrote the xml support script so that you are able to create forms even easier and faster! through the xml you can easilly change colors, sizes and different form items.
The current php file will get all the information from flash and emails it to your email address. (This is mainly helpful for a contact form) but if you are using the class for other purposes, like login form, there’s nothing to stop you from modifying the php file to suit your needs
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- Group Radio buttons supported
- full AS3 OOP Class and XML support
- Checkbox buttons supported
- Field validation before sending
- Email format validation before sending
- Password fields validation before sending
- all text styles customizable dynamically
- the whole thing is resizable
- can be placed anywhere, into any movieclip or anything…
You’re getting excited? ok, take a look at the xml also!
< element >
< item type = ” text ” name = ” Your Name: ” id = ” name ” value = ” ” size = ” 200 ” maxlength = ” 0 ” dataType = ” string ” obligatory = ” true ” / >
< item type = ” radio ” name = ” Option A ” id = ” group1 ” value = ” option1 ” checked = ” false ” obligatory = ” false ” / >
< item type = ” textArea ” name = ” Your Message ” id = ” message ” value = ” ” width = ” 200 ” height = ” 100 ” maxlength = ” 0 ” obligatory = ” true ” / >
< item type = ” info ” value = ” This is just a line of information! ” / >
< item type = ” checkbox ” name = ” And here is a check box! ” id = ” checkBox1 ” value = ” agreeBox ” checked = ” false ” obligatory = ” true ” / >
< / element >
After you purchased and downloaded the files, go to the help file and there you’ll find the steps to get you started… all nice and easy