This is a concept I’m working on. I’m trying to figure out the best implementation approach so no visual code exists now.
The concept is,
- that there will be a set of forms predefined by the admin.
- the sequence of the form is not fixed, it’s dynamic. Let’s assume there are 5 forms (a, b, c, d, e), and the current sequence is a <-> c <-> e. But it can be b <-> d <-> e next time. In a word the sequence isn’t fixed, it will be dynamically set by the admin.
- the sequence will also implement logic. Like based on user selection in the form ‘a’ the next form will come up.
The approach so far I have taken,
- Used Django Fobi extension to create forms. In Fobi, the admin can create forms with custom fields on the fly without handling Models.
The stage I’m stuck now,
- Forms are created, but how I may implement the sequence of forms?
Will Django River-Admin help in this case? I research on River-Admin and I see it’s being used for the workflow of state most of the time, haven’t got any reference where River-Admin is used to control the flow of forms.
I’m searching for suggestions (based on the current state I’m in Or a better new approach). Thanks