Data Springs, Inc. Releases Dynamic Forms 3.4 for
DotNetNuke® on August 9, 2010
August 09, 2010 07:33 AM Eastern Daylight Time
SAN DIEGO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Dynamic Forms, the robust form building tool for the
DotNetNuke® platform, now includes enhanced features for form layout, submission and added support for use as
a shopping cart. The latest release is aimed at meeting the growing demand for larger forms implementations with
complex work flow integrated with 3rd party modules in an array of platforms. Dynamic Forms can now accept
silent posts, allowing other vendors and components to post data directly into the module and fire off emails, create
PDFs, and SQL events, without the user directly interacting with the form. New validation functions make Dynamic
Forms an easy choice when using discount codes and promotions. Numerous enhancements targeting improved
work flow and database interactions were added along with improved form creation and flexibility.
“Dynamic Forms offers the ease of use desired by many website administrators and the power to accommodate the
ever increasing need for enhanced customer experience. The ability to play well with reporting modules has always
been an important element in the module’s success. In March 2010, Data Springs unveiled Dynamic Views, a new
complementary product for reporting and searching/sorting form results. Dynamic Forms 3.4, coupled with Dynamic
Views, now provides a comprehensive solution that will allow users and administrators to search for form
submissions based on specific criteria,” said Candace Santos, Data Springs Client Services Manager.
Chad Nash, Founder and Chief Architect of Data Springs, provided insight on the company’s growth and direction.
“We have experienced tremendous growth over the last year, largely due to excellent customer response to core
products such as Dynamic Forms. Along with complementary products, Dynamic Forms has consistently
outperformed our competition for similar requirements. Ultimate