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Mobius Forms 3.0 Released

Mobius-Forms has been the backbone of many forms, both simple as well as extremely customized. Now we've given it a full overhaul.

The New Highlights

  1. Mailchimp support out-of-the box for all forms - so you can create support-request forms and similar and just add a checkbox to also register the users in MailChimp.
  2. Easier setup for simple forms and simple customizations by placing template-code which builds the HTML for a field in a separate file. 
  3. Better code to quickly create complex forms where each field should still have a consistent look.
  4. Webpack to build your JS and CSS for your forms
  5. Polymorph support, so you can update a form on a live website without breaking the production form while developing.
  6. Recipes to get started.

Everything else that already worked is still the same. So you still get your E-Mails generated using Razor E-Mail Templates (various samples provided), you still save data as 2sxc entities (for export) and you can still customize everything, incl. creating completely different, custom save-APIs and more.


A basic form now will have a much simpler razor file like this:

A Simple Custom Form using Mobius Forms

<div class="app-jqfs-form">
    @FieldBuilder.Text("Subject", true)
    @FieldBuilder.Multiline("Message", true)
    @FieldBuilder.Text("SenderName", false)
    @FieldBuilder.EMail("SenderMail", true)

    <!-- Recaptcha -->
    @if (Content.Recaptcha ?? false)

    <!-- Messages / Send Button -->
    @RenderPage("shared/_Submit with Messages.cshtml")

Get it now

Download it from Github or from the App-Catalog, and check out the recipes to get going on

Love from Switzerland, 
Roman & iJungleboy

Daniel Mettler grew up in the jungles of Indonesia and is founder and CEO of 2sic internet solutions in Switzerland and Liechtenstein, an 20-head web specialist with over 800 DNN projects since 1999. He is also chief architect of 2sxc (see github), an open source module for creating attractive content and DNN Apps.

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