12 Responses

  1. David
    David July 17, 2013 at 17:38 | | Reply

    Your Gravity Forms links deliver blank pages… thought you’d like to know.

  2. Richard
    Richard July 18, 2013 at 09:55 | | Reply

    Personally I also like the possibility that visitors can create blog posts/ fill in custom post type’s like testimonials.

    1. Rakhitha Nimesh
      Rakhitha Nimesh July 20, 2013 at 15:19 | | Reply

      Hi Richard

      Thanks for the comment. Indeed it’s big plus in creating front end form submissions for minor functionality for the users. Most of the free plugins won’t provide such features.

  3. Melvin Rajiv
    Melvin Rajiv July 19, 2013 at 14:55 | | Reply

    Dynamic charting has tremendous potential for creating user-friendly apps that return good visual information for little effort.

  4. David Peralty
    David Peralty July 21, 2013 at 02:24 | | Reply

    Thanks for posting this. It looks like a great review. You should look at some of the third party add-ons created. There are so many amazing ones out there that continue to extend Gravity Forms in amazing ways.

    1. Rakhitha Nimesh
      Rakhitha Nimesh July 30, 2013 at 02:15 | | Reply

      Hi David

      Gravity forms add-ons is a great way to enhance the existing features. Here, I have mentioned about few add-ons. Is there any popular add-ons I have misses in the article?

  5. Mathew Porter
    Mathew Porter July 27, 2013 at 16:15 | | Reply

    Gravity Forms seems like a great little intuitive plugin, easy to use drag and drop features etc via admin, could be good for some of our less tech savvy clients.

    1. Rakhitha Nimesh
      Rakhitha Nimesh July 30, 2013 at 02:23 | | Reply

      Hi Mathew

      Thanks for the comment.

      Absolutely. These kinds of plugins saves time as developers and it’s simple enough for less technical clients. Have you used Gravity Forms in your projects?

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