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A jQuery plugin for building forms, loading form structure from xml, and saving back to the server.
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The jquery.Formbuilder plugin is a jQuery plugin that allows you add
a form-creation, display, and basic validation tool into your application.

[anjana-somathilake / jquery.formbuilder]
Feature: Ability to sort/reorder the option fields within form fields.
Built on: Version 0.4 - 20111215

Version 0.4 - 20111215
- Removing old XML-based form loading system, moving to pure JSON
- Removing internal serialization system in favor of json formatting
- Adding example mysql storage methods to the load, save process (PDO-based so other databases may be used)
- Incorporated a required attribute bug fix:
- Dumped a ton of unnecessary complexity of encoding/decoding and array vars
- Changed process() to return an array of errors, not a string
- Added sample response saves to db, only on good validation

Version 0.3.1 - 20110722
- Corrected issue with reserved words breaking support for Safari, Opera, IE
- Corrected issue with example-save expecting old POST key

Version 0.3 - 20110619
- Compatible with latest jQuery, jQueryUI and jquery.scrollTo
- CSS moved into a separate file
- Applied jsbeautifier and jshint on code
- Added control box target element option
- Added localization support
- Improved dynamic loading, unique ID handling for multiple formbuilder-instances
- Removed scrollTo dependency in favour of jQuery.animate()
- Added json backend, to replace/as alternative to xml
- Example html switched to latest html doctype

Version 0.2 - 20100806
- Upgraded to 1.4.2
- Added ability to sort form fields.
- Added in basic build scripts for easier releases
- Minor code cleanup
- Hash bug fix

Version 0.1 - 20090922
- Complete initial release using much of the functionality copied
from AspenMSM, an excellent cms tool from Trellis Development.
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