Starting IBM Forms Experience Builder on Windows
When Forms Experience Builder is installed on your computer with WebSphere
® Application Server Community Edition, you can open Forms Experience Builder using the Start
Creating an application
This topic gives a general overview of the application creation process, from opening the IBM
® Forms Experience Builder interface to launching a completed application.
Creating an accessible application
When creating a form or application, the following information helps you design an accessible form for users with disabilities.
The following information describes the languages formatting features supported by IBM
Forms Experience Builder.
Creating rules in your application
Rules help you gather the right information from users and organize your information after data is entered in a form. You can create composite rules that govern how your form, and the data in your form behaves.
Labeling data, performing data analysis, and exporting data
You can add labels to data elements in your application that become the label in the export file.
Incorporating web services into your applications
The following topics describe how to incorporate web services into your IBM
Forms Experience Builder application.
Adding formulas to your application
You can create and edit formulas to assign values to an item on your IBM
Forms Experience Builder form.
Adding specialized form items
You can use specialized form items to style text, echo text back, create dynamic lines, or add HTML.
Managing the files associated with your application
You can upload a variety of files, such as images, for use with your application. Managing these embedded files is done in the Files section of the Settings tab
Adding Stages to an application
It is often desirable to have an application, or form, transition through a set of phases or stages. At each stage the form might be used by different people in different roles. The form also might be presented in a slightly different manner in each stage, such as having some items or pages hidden, or in a read-only state.
Deploying applications and viewing responses
After an IBM
Forms Experience Builder application is built it must be deployed. After it is deployed, you can supply users with the URL of the application so they can launch it. After users submit completed forms, you can view the responses.