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Form generator feature or plugins in Ez Publish

Form generator feature or plugins in Ez Publish

Monday 27 May 2013 3:15:54 pm - 3 replies

Hi !

I'm new to EzPublish and this forum so I introduce myself.
I manage the web department of a little communication agency and we developp all our website projects with Symfony 1.x since 2006.

I'm quoting a project which request Ez Publish CMS. This CMS interest me a lot because I'm looking for a new backend environnement (framework, CMS or better : both) for all the future project or our company (Symfony 1.x ended his life). Considering that Ez Publsh CMS 5 is based on Symfony2 framework, it is one of the best solution for us.

So here is my question:

The website will have several forms (like contact form) and he bill of specification of the project request that the form can be edited (by administrator) in order to add fields.

It request also the possibility to generate custom form with custom fields.

Is there a feature or a plugin in Ez Pusblish 5 that permit to an administrator to easily manage forms ?

Thanks a lot

Modified on Monday 27 May 2013 3:59:27 pm by Sylvain Papet

Monday 27 May 2013 9:35:18 pm

Hello Sylvain,

Welcome to the eZ Ecosystem and our community platform. I do not have an answer to your question myself. But I will try to find someone who does.

-- Robin

Tuesday 28 May 2013 8:23:47 am


In eZ 4 it was in box and in survey extension too.

I think eZ 5 is at the stage of functionalites completion and you need to use Symfony forms at this moment. I look forward to meeting eZ objects and Symfony forms together.


Tuesday 28 May 2013 9:11:41 am

Thanks for your answer, I did some search about it and found nothing.

I think I will ask the client to see if it is requested and developp it if needed.


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