Using Dynamic HTML to Enhance your QuickBase App

Using Dynamic HTML to Enhance your QuickBase App

Using Dynamic HTML to Enhance your QuickBase App

With QuickBase’s ability handle complex business processes and tendency to expand to serve more and more roles in an organization, it can be hard for and end user to understand exactly what data they’re working with and highlight the important actions they can take. In this session from EMPOWER 2016, I walked participants through building complex HTML objects using Formula Text Fields. (Note: the photo above is from a Webhooks demo I did on the main stage).

This technique can be used to create all sorts of custom user interfaces, from the featured example of a status display, to custom display of user avatars, multi-action drop-down menus, context-sensitive record headers and more. 

Highlights of this session include using formula variables to more easily manage complex code, tips on in-line JavaScript, and managing multiple layers of dynamic interface. Click any of the hyperlinks here to be taken directly to that portion of the video, below.

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