I’ve been demonstrating basic use of Blackstone Flash Forms for a while now; little things like pop-up calendars, simple tab dialogs and accordion controls, grids and trees in forms, input masking, basic events, and more. All very cool looking, or so I thought. But several developers have commented that they’d not be able to use Flash Forms, that they’d be too limiting, they’d all look the same, and they’d not be of any use in real-world applications.
Well, today, after viewing examples of what some of the beta testers have already built with Flash Forms, I beg to differ. I saw forms that looked as unique as the sites that they were part of, forms that provided real and incredibly useful functionality, forms that went further than any of us imagined this feature capable of.
I’m going to see if I can arrange to get some of those examples to post here, seeing is believing.