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Ritu Madan
Jan 17, 2024
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Custom form element with dependencies

Episerver Forms are cool as is. They provide solid ground to build basic forms out of the box. But often times, we have custom needs that require us to customize or add to the out of the box functionality.

In my case, I needed a custom form element that can support some unique requirements and at the same time I needed this to support the built in dependency logic.

For those of you unfamiliar with the forms dependency logic, see the Optimizely document here.

Read the complete blog here for all the fun details on how this was achieved with minor code tweaks.

Jan 17, 2024

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