phpOpenFormGen uses simple definitions to create a form out of PHP code. It is similar to OOH-Forms, a tool that comes with PHPlib. You can store multiple form definitions in one file and simply use the function to display it on screen. It includes server-side error-handling, multiple language support, string-length checking, and more.
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Release Notes: The code now uses an object-oriented style. Error checking is now done in the PHP class. This is only a pre-release, and it may include many bugs.
Release Notes: FormData can now be validated with regular expressions. Some minor bugfixes were made. The license was changed to the LGPL.
Release Notes: This release adds a maxsize array for string-length handling in forms, a rewritten debug function, and a bugfix for "file necessary". Validation of a checkbox should work now.
Release Notes: This release includes a fix for a checkbox error, some other minor bugfixes, multiple language support, and various documentation improvements in the code.
Release Notes: Initial release.