Jifty::Web::Form - Tools for rendering and dealing with HTML forms
Creates a new Jifty::Web::Form. Arguments:
The HTML id attribute given to the form. This is aliased to name. That is, name and id are always equal and changing one changes the other.
The HTML class attribute given to the form.
The name given to the form. This is mostly for naming specific forms for testing.
All buttons in this form will act as continuation calls for the given continuation id.
Disable browser autocomplete for this form. Jifty autocomplete will still work.
Reinitialize this form.
The form name
The continuation id to call
Returns a reference to a hash of Jifty::Action objects in this form keyed by moniker.
If you want to add actions to this form, use "add_action"
Gets or sets the HTML name given to the form element.
Gets or sets the continuation ID that will be called for this form.
This accessor returns true if Jifty is currently in the middle of rendering a form (if it's printed a <form> but not yet printed a </form> tag.) Use this in your components to decide whether to open a form or not if you might be called from a template that opened the form for you.
Calls "new_action" in Jifty::Web with the paramhash given, and adds it to the form.
ACTION as an action for this form. Called so that actions' form fields can register the action against the form they're being used in.
If this form has an action whose moniker is
MONIKER, returns it. Otherwise returns undef.
Renders the opening form tag.
Renders a submit button with the text MESSAGE on it (which will be HTML escaped). Returns the empty string (for ease of use in interpolation). Any extra PARAMETERS are passed to Jifty::Web::Form::Field::Clickable's constructor.
Renders a return button with the text MESSAGE on it (which will be HTML escaped). Returns the empty string (for ease of use in interpolation). Any extra PARAMETERS are passed to Jifty::Web::Form::Field::Button's constructor.
Renders the closing form tag (including rendering errors for and registering all of the actions) After doing this, it resets its internal state such that "start" may be called again.
Print out the action registration goo for this action _right now_, unless we've already done so.
Returns an empty string so it can be included in forms
Checks to ensure that forms that were opened were actually closed, which is when actions are registered.