The following pictures show a concrete usage scenario of CWT Feedit taken from the extension CWT Community. Website users shall have the option to change their community profile on their own. So, the according forms are solemnly rendered via CWT Feedit.
The first picture shows some usual input fields, a textarea and also a field of type “password”. Keep in mind that CWT Feedit automatically chooses the right field types, you just have to define which fields to include in the form.
The second part of the form additionally shows some option fields, selectbox and a file upload field (yes…file uploads work as well, including validation!). Especially with the rendering of selectboxes CWT Feedit shows it power: the different options are automatically fetched from your Typo3 configuration and they are even internationalized, automatically for sure!
The preview page gives website users the chance to review their changes and to cancel them, of course.
This scenario shows a simpler form, that is completely rendered with CWT Feedit.
(Almost) as easy as eating cake: the configuration of CWT Feedit. As I explained before you only have to write a small number of lines of code to integration CWT Feedit in your extension. The following picture shows the actual configuration for the previously shown form.
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