Layout & Design


Displaying Form Sections in Tabs

A complicated form can benefit from a Tabs layout, which efficiently displays and organizes many components and helps users see how form components are related by grouping them on the same tab...

How to Use Responsive Containers (Forms)

Overview Responsive Containers help the designer to more easily define the width, length, height, and size of sections on a form. When using Responsive Containers you can drop more than one container...

Building a Form's Layout

The form layout defines the visual structure of a form's fields, labels and other components both in the workspace of the Form Designer and in the form when a user views it. The layout can be set when creating a form or can be changed when editing it.The Form Designer includes five...

Using CSS with Forms

There are two ways to use CSS in Decisions. Existing CSS documents can be uploaded and the custom-defined classes can be mapped to each form component. The other method is to carefully craft your...

Form Container Layouts

Overview This tutorial demonstrates variety of Form Layouts and Form Container behaviors in the Form Designer. Example To overview Form Layouts we navigate to the Designer Folder and click Create Form...

Editing Base Form

In this example, we will change the layout of the base form from Canvas to Grid. The Grid layout allows us to set guidelines to help with the formatting of our form by resizing each row and column...

Using the Tab Editor to set Tab Order

The Tab Editor in the Forms Designer enables the Tab order to be set sequentially for form fields, providing convenience for form users. Design the form first, then set the Tab order using the Tab Editor.     Example This...

Making Space-Reclaiming Forms with Stack Panel

The stack panel layout can make it possible for form controls to move up in a form, thus reclaiming "white space" in the form. Example   This example uses an order form for a customer to complete....

Setup Forms for Mobile and Tablet Devices

A form displays controls that allow a user to perform an action, such as enter data, display a report or folder, or manage entities. You can create a flow that, when run, opens a form. It is possible...