Formulize, one of the most flexible and powerful modules for ImpressCMS and XOOPS (and it even has an integration with Drupal), has been updated to version 3.12. Formulize is an ad hoc form creator, data collector and reporter that allows you to do anything from simple contact forms to complex work flows. It is also the module behind the Pray With Me feature at Christian Web Resources.
Some new features that are part of the 3.12 release of Formulize are
- The ability to rename saved views. A view is a custom filter or report for the data gathered by your form. Previously, you could edit and save it with the same name, or create a new view with the name you desired and then delete the original view.
- New handling for Anonymous viewers of forms. If an anonymous visitor is viewing the form for the first time (based on a cookie being saved on the viewer's computer), they will see a blank form. When they return to the form (from the same computer) they will see their previous entry and be able to update it. In previous versions of Formulize, a one-entry-per-user form that had anonymous access would show all anonymous users the entry of the last anonymous user, making it ineffective for practical uses.
You can download the latest version of Formulize from the Freeform Solutions website - and get some great white papers and documentation about data collection and application building with Formulize.
A case study and how-to for creating a prayer request form is available in the Articles section of Christian Web Resources.