This is where I was at - it didn't take long to realize that the Registry package was going to require some work for this to come to life - I didn't get very far, but here it is https://github.com/dongilbert/
joomla-framework/tree/ refactor-JFormYou'll see here that I created a "FormImproved" class where I was starting the refactor - https://github.com/ dongilbert/joomla-framework/ commit/ d53442552fa433b27dc3ad9c2d9d43 4b5f1cf94d#diff- e154cfbf28d2fcf210e5714623619e 51R1On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 9:14 AM, Adam Bouqdib <ad... AT abemedia.co.uk> wrote:
Hi again,Sorry about the late reply, I've just been catching up on work.I had a deeper look into the forms and registry packages and I'm starting to see more of the issues.I like the idea of creating a form from a registry object as that would save a lot of duplicate work when it comes to supporting different data formats and one other important issue in my opinion is custom HTML attributes. Rather than have fixed attributes I like the idea of being able to add any attributes you want on any field as these days with HTML5 data attributes and such there's no saying what they might be called.Could you send me a link to the work you've already done regarding using the registry package? As long as there's no objections I'm going to start with that first as the ability to create forms from JSON, YAML etc. is one of the main priorities for my own project.I'm excited as I've been making a living out of Joomla since 2007 so the idea of giving something back is pretty awesome lol.--
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