- Support for ink collection
Freeform fields and image annotation fields are displayed in the Mobile Web Form interface as an HTML5 canvas element. The finger becomes a pen for signatures, photo annotation and even handwriting recognition.
- Collapsible header bars
Screen space on mobile devices is already limited and yet target areas need to be large enough for touch. With collapsible header bars, the Mobile Web Form interface only displays information and potential actions as needed by the user. Also, swiping left or right anywhere on the header bar changes pages in the form. Form rule violations and page navigation buttons are examples of information that can be shown or collapsed in header bars as needed.
- Real-Time User Feedback
This is perhaps the biggest advantage of using the Mi-Forms Mobile Web Form. Every form that is opened in the Mobile Web Form interface is actually creating a new instance of that form on the Mi-Forms Server. All changes that are performed by the user on their mobile device, whatever platform that may be, are immediately sent to the “virtual” form on the Mi-Forms Server. If this change affects other items in the form, such as field values, field highlighting, form rules, etc, these changes are then immediately communicated back to the Mobile Web Form interface for the user.
The beauty of the Mi-Forms Mobile Web Forms interface is that our partners may continue to create amazing form solutions based on their Microsoft .NET expertise, and deploy the form for use on virtually any platform that has a browser, like iPad, Android and WebOS tablets!