​​​​

Videos library

Filter By :
Product Type:
Category:

In this video you will see how you can shift the controls vertically up and down when other controls are being hidden or shown, easily using “Panels Table” control. This control allows creating tabular forms style and allow hiding and showing group of controls without having gaps in the form. The designer can move each panel up and down easily in the form design to sort them out the way he/she wants, add and remove panels easily with a click.


In this video you will see how you can shift the controls vertically up and down when other controls are being hidden or shown, this technique will allow the user to design tabular forms style and allow hiding and showing group of controls without having gaps in the form.


This video shows you how to hide and show the attachments button in the form ribbon when changing a value of a control at runtime.


This video will show you how you can allow your form's users to select and upload files to your SharePoint farm and link them in your form through the files explorer dialog and without the need to do any manual operation like what users have to do when using InfoPath forms. This can be done easily using SPARK Forms Builder by creating a simple rule on a button. In less than 5 minutes you will be able to provide your users with a great technique to work with files, images ..etc and manage to integrate them with your different form's controls such as image and hyperlink controls.


This video will show you how you can create complex rules in SharePoint using SPARK Forms Builder without you need to write any line of code. You can do that using Script Manager feature in SPARK Forms Builder, which uses a wizard dialog to guide you through a step by step method to create your query, filters and map returned data to your form's controls. This great feature will allow designers to build a very complex rules in a matter of a minute instead of spending long hours trying to write and test script codes manually.


This video will show you how you can execute SQL procedures in SharePoint using SPARK Forms Builder. You can use the SQL connector control to do that easily using the control configuration wizard dialog. you will be able to execute "Post" method for the procedure in order to add, update or delete database records and the "Get" method to retrieve records from database. the SQL Connector allows to creating a dynamic call by connecting the procedure parameters with form's controls and variables.


This video will show you how you can create master-details Forms in SharePoint using SPARK Forms Builder. You can create a complicated (master-details) relational form between two or more lists using just the repeater control and a single rule, easily in 15 seconds, and have a fully functioning form in which you can retrieve, add, update and delete the details records without having to write a single line of code. You will be able to do all that using a wizard dialog which will make creating such forms a very easy job to do.


This video will show you how to embed SPARK forms into your SharePoint pages easily using SPARK Forms Web Part, in order to have a fully functioning forms inside it and provide a multiple functionalities to your users from a single page. Also this video will show you how to send emails through your forms by designing an email templates and using the internal sendEmail() function to send them to users and external emails as well. The email templates are fully dynamic and can be configured to get data from the forms controls and variables. By using this functionality you will not need to create workflows to send emails anymore and consume unnecessary resources in your environment.


This video will show you how you can create fabulous Forms for SharePoint External lists. You can create a complete professional UI, representation and logics for your external databases using only SharePoint and SPARK Forms in a matter of hours, the external list form accepts all types of controls the same as a regular custom list, which means that you can add a complex and an advanced controls to your form which will reflects their data to the external database, for example you can create forms containing cascading Lookup fields, Richtext, Dropdown, People & Groups Picker, External data picker, SQL/XMl/Web services connectors, Repeaters, Tabs, Checkbox, Toggle Switch, Radio button, D-Signatures, Barcodes, Advanced Lookup …etc. This magnificent capability will enable the designer to create mixed-data forms in which part of its controls are dealing with external databases while the other part is consuming data from the SharePoint lists which means you can do amazing combinations of functionalities in a single form. You can connect with an external HR Database while you are using a cascading for the countries\states\cities from custom lists reside in the SharePoint Farm. The form performance will be high and responsive. One of SPARK Forms great features you need to know about when using them with external lists is enabling the attachments for the external lists which is not an OOTB feature in the SharePoint.


This video will show you how to add and configure List Grid view control in SPARK Forms Builder for SharePoint. This new control can be configured to consume data from any list within the local site collection or on other site collections in the web application, the user will be able to search for any data in the source list and will allow him to make selections based on items from other lists in the SharePoint farm without the need to write any code or script to do that. The List Grid View control displays the values of a list in a table. The List Grid View control returns the lists items and their columns values based on the selected fields names in the control’s Settings. You can also consume all the selected items’ columns values returned from the search dialog using rules; also you can include a dynamic CAML query to refine the returned data based on the query. The user will be able to group the Grid View rows by simply dragging the "group by column" and dropping it in the group area on the fly.


12345
​​