In the first episode of our Building with BRYTER series, Adam Ziegler demonstrates how to use a database to dynamically populate options in an online form.
In our new video series, Building with BRYTER, we’ll show you just how simple it is to build powerful applications using our no-code legal automation platform.
With BRYTER, legal professionals can quickly and easily build applications that automate the handling of complex legal data, freeing up your time to focus on what really matters. We’re excited to show you how in this new series, ranging from simple tips and tricks to detailed tutorials on ideating and building applications from start to finish.
In our first episode below, Adam from BRYTER demonstrates how to use database records to dynamically populate options in an online form.
How to use database records to populate form options in BRYTER
- BRYTER allows users to dynamically populate options in an online form from a database.
- Users can filter the database based on user input and use the results to populate a dropdown menu.
- This feature can save time and effort in data entry.
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