If you’re building a SaaS application, it’s likely you’re going to use forms throughout your app.
Whether it’s in your signup process, settings or in your actual app’s features - forms have a powerful part to play in how users interact with your app.
Fortunately, it’s possible to build very complex form experiences using Bubble
Whether with conditional logic, error handling, jump logic or styling - you have the power to build very complex form experiences without any code.
This week, I’m going to cover a few key form experiences and share some examples of how I handle complex forms in my own application, UserLoop
Sometimes, you might need to build forms where fields are only shown in certain circumstances.
For example, if the user checks a checkbox saying they would like to use a coupon code, you would want to show the coupon code text entry field.
Here’s how it would look in our app…