Have you managed to find an answer to any of this? I am particularly interested in conditional rendering as well.
Hi Guys, Forms are pluggable, so it means that you can define your forms using the mechanism that fits better to you.
For example if you really want really advanced UIs I would recommend to create them by coding them to suit your specific needs. Even google forms has limitations, and there is no such silver bullet tool that can fit all the cases IMO.
The only solution I found is to use separate UI framework (Vaadin, JSF, ...).
We would like to hide/show different sections of the UI depending on options user have selected. For example say for a travel booking. Option Yes/No are others traveling with you. If Yes selected then user is shown a multi select box listing uses they are traveling with to select from.
Is the recomendation to use pluggable customised forms to do this?
Is there a way keep these linked into the form builder?
Are there any examples/tutorials on how to do the above out there that you would recomend?
Thanks, in advance