Recently I had a discussion with Aly, our UX Architect, about what is the “perfect” form. Usually we work on specific UX improvements but this time we had managed to dive in theory. Our discussion was about what today is Read More
updated Forms for SharePoint: Building Amazing PDF forms with Microsoft Word. Webinar transcription. Hello everyone, Dmitry is here. Our agenda. So busy, busy, busy for today. I want to show you a lot and as we go through the content, Read More
Acroforms are the original PDF-based fillable forms, based on the PDF architecture. XFA forms are XML-based forms, embedded inside a PDF. Here we will discuss the differences — and real question is, which should you use? The webinar covers the Read More
Updated We have seen “for official use only” section of many paper forms, haven’t we? This section is the first sign of the back-end processes that will happen when user submits her/his form. And hence we have at least two Read More
Microsoft is discontinuing its InfoPath electronic forms product. Here are top 5 reasons to choose PDF forms in SharePoint.
This week we were helping one of our customers to resolve issue with sandbox deployment. The customer uses PDF SharePoint “WSP deployment” feature and was unable to activate sandbox solution. For those, who do not know what “WSP deployment” feature is, I recommend to check Read More
Today I would like to start an article series on integration between SharePoint 2010 and PDF technologies. SharePoint becomes a fastest growing application Microsoft has. In the same time PDF documents become an industry standard long time ago. However, integration Read More