Even though QuickForm is a form builder, you can make great stores with it, and in a way that no other store builder can do. It can create products with a dynamic structure with a calculator of any complexity, including an individual calculator for each product. Goods can be presented as separate projects or as a single project. In the latter case, the entire store can be placed on one page, that is, to make a store for a one-page site.

QuickForm can create calculators of any complexity, including those with dynamic fields and dynamic field groups. To do this, the component has four types of calculators that calculate by a formula, without a formula, and also from the logic written in a php file. Calculators are designed for the average level of the user, but you will need knowledge of mathematics. In this article, I will try to describe each of the four types and give simple examples of how they work. To return to the QuickForm page, follow the link: QuickForm.

The form builder allows you to make tabs in many ways. Tabs can be made in javascript, css, or a combination of them using the customHtml field. Obviously, QuickForm would not be quick if it did not offer a ready-made widget for the usual interface. In fact, there are two ways to implement tabs in the component, and these ways will lead to two different functional results.