This is the demo site for AutoForme, an admin interface for ruby web applications which uses Forme to create the related forms.

This demo uses Roda as the web framework and Sequel as the database library. AutoForme also supports Sinatra and Rails, but the only currently supported database library is Sequel.

This demo contains three examples of the same types of forms, each with slightly different options:

All three examples use the same database schema, created by this Sequel::Model code:

module AutoFormeDemo
DB.create_table?(:artists) do
  primary_key :id
  String :name, :null=>false, :unique=>true
end

DB.create_table?(:albums) do
  primary_key :id
  String :name, :null=>false
  foreign_key :artist_id, :artists, :null=>false
  Date :release_date, :null=>false
  DateTime :release_party_time, :null=>false
  Integer :copies_sold, :null=>false, :default=>0
  TrueClass :debut_album, :null=>false
  TrueClass :out_of_print
  index [:name, :artist_id], :unique=>true
end

DB.create_table?(:tracks) do
  primary_key :id
  Integer :number, :null=>false
  String :name, :null=>false
  foreign_key :album_id, :albums
  Float :length
end

DB.create_table?(:tags) do
  primary_key :id
  String :name, :null=>false, :unique=>true
end

DB.create_table?(:albums_tags) do
  foreign_key :album_id, :albums
  foreign_key :tag_id, :tags
  primary_key [:album_id, :tag_id]
end
end

This demo site is part of the AutoForme repository, so if you want to know how it works, you can review the source.

In addition to the configuration options that are demonstrated in these three examples, because AutoForme is built on Forme, most of the Forme configuration options are available for configuring individual inputs, so you may be interested in the Forme demo site.

The demo site is editable by anyone that views it. So you can make changes to the data to see how things work. You can reset the data to the initial demo state if you want: