Instant Dynamic Forms with #states
#states system will do the rest for you!
#states doesn’t yet exactly do what you want, you’ll also learn how to extend it with your own transitions, conditions and events. It’s also possible to add custom form validation.
For the curious, we’ll also have a look at the internals of the
#states system and examine its mechanisms so that you’ll be able to fully comprehend the magic that goes on behind the scenes.
- Tour of the
- Adding interactivity to your forms
- Internals of the
Konstantin Käfer is currently studying IT Systems Engineering at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany. For his bachelor’s degree, he is building a multi-touch floor and researching how users interact with a floor. He also works as a consultant for NowPublic, a crowd-powered news website using Drupal. He joined the Drupal community as a Google Summer of Code Student in 2006. Together with Emma Jane Hogbin, he authored the theming book “Front End Drupal”.
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