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Replaces the admin form builder grid and forms #4480

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guerler commented Aug 22, 2017

This PR replaces the admin formbuilder grids with client-side rendering modules.

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dannon commented Sep 21, 2017

This looks good and works well in my testing.

One bit of feedback that can hopefully be addressed in future work is that I preferred the old flow during form creation. In the old one, when you make a form, you are shuffled towards immediately adding fields as a part of the creation process. With this new form, upon creation (prior to adding any fields), it kicks you back to the form list, and from there you have to click back in to edit the form.

It'd be nice to be able to create the form and add the fields all in one step, as before.

That said, still a big step forward and I'm going to merge this now to avoid more merge pain :)

@dannon dannon merged commit c9db5f8 into galaxyproject:dev Sep 21, 2017

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