The future of Forms with SharePoint and Office 365

Introduction **Update 2015-02-24 ** As per Becky Bertram’s recent blogpost about Recap of Conversation with Microsoft’s Sonya Koptyev regarding the Future of Forms, there’s been some clarifications on the topic of Forms. Finally. Recently Microsoft announced that InfoPath as a forms solution for SharePoint and Office 365 were to cease to exist. In my opinion this is great, because I never really liked InfoPath and it wasn’t very widely adopted in any organization I’ve ever worked with. There were benefits with InfoPath, but nothing we couldn’t do as developers or that the end-users couldn’t…

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Zimmergren MOSS 2007 Tip #3: Publishing and displaying an InfoPath form in the browser

In this little tip I’m creating a Sample InfoPath form to be published to my Forms Library on my site and then opened within the browser when you want to edit/update the form. This is a sampleform from InfoPath: Bring up the Design Checker (Tools – Design Checker), make sure you don’t have any errors. Then click the "Change Compatability Settings…" link to get the following dialog: Make sure the "Design a form template that can be opened in a browser or InfoPath"-checkbox is checked, and enter the URL of your server with…

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