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pacakges: import/export of forms and tables

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    Adminrobclayburn (Admin, fabrik) shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This is a major feature that Fabrik is missing.

        I think this feature will cause an explosion for Fabrik.

        Once working, newbies will be able to download a copy of a table and form and upload it to their site. This will make the learning curve on fabrik minute as a newbie can find a form and table they like, download it, and install it to their site and be up and running in minutes.

        Advanced users will be able to produce new Fabrik Tables and Forms in minutes by using their past Tables and Forms as templates for new ones.

        Developers will have a safer and more logical way of integrating new Tables and Forms into Live sites with less downtime and risk.

        Problems, such as my current problem, where I can't seem to upgrade to the latest Fabrik will be solvable by downloading my Tables and Forms and uploading them into a clean Joomla-Fabrik Install.

      • test_joomla commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Hello rob,
        I don't know how to save the form data to database and where to write the php code

      • juicyfruit commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        this will be great for deployment.

        Yes please.

        hopefully it will take into account that the live site data will be different from the test site data.

        Thanks.

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