FormLogix review

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Lots of people are of the philosophe that when it comes to web development (and in particular, web site development), we need to code everything or at least have it all in house. In all reality, that’s just not the case in today’s modern IT world. There are so many cloud services and content management options (like WordPress, which powers GeekBrainDump.com), that it just makes practical sense to take advantage of them.

One of my favorite services is from a company called FormLogix. They offer hosted forms. You know, the ones you fill out on websites with your name and address and click “submit” or “reset”. Sure, we can code these forms ourselves, but why bother ? FormLogix offers a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) form designer, a hosted database that keeps a copy of all your submitted forms, and also offers e-mail notification when your form has been filled out and submitted. It offers SSL encryption on the form, and in the last few years they’ve actually become PCI compliant and can now integrate with PayPal for taking payments from web site visitors.

FormLogix has been around since 2005, and while their web site isn’t anything to brag about, I’ve been using them for nearly a decade now and cannot say anything negative about the service they provide. Their rates are quite reasonable, and they offer a free trial so you can try them out and see what you think.

Formlogix can be found at: http://www.formlogix.com

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Martin Lehner

Martin Lehner is an technology professional working for an IT services firm in Whitehorse, Yukon (Canada). He has been working in the technology field for over a decade. With a degree in Business Admin and numerous industry certifications, Martin leads a team of IT professionals that provide third party support for clients. Originally starting a company to offer web development services, Martin quickly realized that clients wanted the entire spectrum of technology services. When Martin is not at work (which is not often, since his company offers 24/7 support), he is busy at home spending time with his family.

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