buttflattery/yii2-formwizard A yii2 widget for form wizard, to create a multistep form.

Yii2-FormWizard (v1.7.2)

What is this repository for?

A Yii2 plugin used for creating stepped form or form wizard using yii\widgets\ActiveForm and \yii\db\ActiveRecord, it uses smart wizard library for creating the form interface that uses 3 builtin and 3 extra themes, moreover you can also create your own customized theme too.

Note : It uses limited features of the jquery plugin SmartWizard that suite the needs of the ActiveForm validation so not all options in the javascript plugin library are allowed to be changed or customized from within this plugin.

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External Libraries Used
New Features Added
19th Jan, 2020 : Enable Edit Mode
11th Jan, 2020 : Skip Step Validation
24th April, 2019 : Group Step Fields
2nd April, 2019 : Enable Persistence
25th March, 2019 : Preview Step, Tabular Step
About Bootstrap Version Usage

The extension detects if you are using the yiisoft/yii2-bootstrap or yiisoft/yii2-bootstrap4 and loads the appropriate assets for the extension. It will check first the "yiisoft/yii2-bootstrap4" if it exists then it will load bootstrap4 resources otherwise it will fall back to use bootstrap3. So make sure you are following the correct guide to use the yiisoft/yii2-bootstrap4" and remove the "yiisoft/yii2-bootstrap": "~2.0.0", from you composer.json and change the minimum-stability:"dev" here is the complete guide.

How do I get set up

use composer to install the extension

php composer.phar require  buttflattery/yii2-formwizard "@dev"

or add into the composer.json file under require section

"buttflattery/yii2-formwizard":"@dev"
Demos for all the Features & Themes
Docs
Available Options
Widget options
wizardContainerId (string)

Id of the main container for the wizard.

forceBsVersion (int) (since V1.5.0)

Force use of the bootstrap version in case you have some extension having dependencies on yiisoft\yii2-bootstrap4 even though you are using yiisoft\yii2-bootstrap on the site overall, since the extension checks for yii2-bootstrap4 first and if it finds it will load the yii2-bootstrap4 assets and having both of the extensions installed the widget will always go for the bootstrap4. although we dont recommend doing that but still there are scenarios wher people are using in this manner and fce layout problems. default value for this option is false which means widget will detect automatically, you can use the provided constants FormWizard::BS_3 or FormWizard::BS_4.

editMode (boolean) (since V1.6.4)

if form wizard should be loaded in edit mode. Default value is false. see wiki for details.

formOptions (array)

Specify the ActiveForm properties.

labelNext (string)

Next button label, default value Next.

labelPrev (string)

Previous button label, default value Previous.

labelFinish (string)

Finish button label, default value Finish.

classNext (string)

Css classes for the button Next, default btn btn-info.

iconNext (string)

The html string for the Next button, defaults to <i class="formwizard-arrow-right-alt1-ico"></i>.

classPrev (string)

Css classes for the button Previous, default btn btn-info.

iconPrev (string)

The html string for the prev icon, defaults to <i class="formwizard-arrow-left-alt1-ico"></i>.

classFinish (string)

Css classes for the button Finish, default btn btn-success.

iconFinish (string)

The Html string for the icon, defaults to <i class="formwizard-check-alt-ico"></i>.

classAdd (string)

Css class for Add Row Button default to btn btn-info

iconAdd (string)

The html string for the button default to <i class="formwizard-plus-ico"></i>

enablePreview (boolean) (since V1.2.0)

Adds a Preview Step as the last step in the form wizard where you can preview all the entered inputs grouped by steps, clicking on any step will navigate to that step for quick edit, it defaults to false. See Wiki For Code Samples

When using 'enablePreview'=>true you can customize the classes using the below options.

  • previewTitle (string) : Preview step Title, default is Final Preview.
  • previewDescription (string) : Description for the preview step, default is Final Preview of all Steps.
  • previewFormInfoText (string) : Preview step form description, default is Review information below and click to change.
  • previewEmptyText (string) : Text used for showing the value for the empty inputs, default is NA.
  • classListGroup (string) : Css class for the list group defaults to 'list-group'.
  • classListGroupHeading (string) : Css class for the list group heading element, defaults to 'list-group-heading'.
  • classListGroupItem (string) : Css class for the list group item, defaults to 'list-group-item-success'.
  • classListGroupBadge (string) : Css class for the list group badge that displays the input label, defaults to 'success'.
enablePersistence (boolean) (since V1.3.0)

Enables to save and restore an un-saved form to the local storage for later use, defaults to false.

steps (array)

An array of the steps(array), the steps can have models dedicated to each step, or a single model for all steps. Following options are recognized when specifying a step.

  • type (string) : The type of the step, defaults to default. This option is used if you need to have tabular inputs for the step by specifying the type as tabular, you can use the provided constants like FormWizard::STEP_TYPE_TABULAR or FormWizard::STEP_TYPE_DEFAULT.
  • isSkipable (boolean) : If current step can be skipped or not, see wiki for details.
  • limitRows (int) : The number of rows to limit the tabular step Add Rows functionality in combination with the FormWizard::STEP_TYPE_TABULAR, default is unlimited -1. See Wiki.
  • model (object | array of models) : The \yii\model\ActiveRecord model object or array of models to create step fields.

    Note: After the addition of the feature Tabular Steps when using 'type'=>'tabular' you must remember that you cannot provide different models, although you can provide multiple instances when in edit mode but for the same model only.

    While adding a new record you can have like below

    `php $addressModel = new Address();

    "steps"=>[

    [
      'title'=>'Step Title',
      'type' => FormWizard::STEP_TYPE_TABULAR,
      'model'=> $addressModel
    ]
    

    ] `

    When in Edit Mode you can provide the multiple instances of Address

    `php //either using model directly

    $addressModel = Address::find()
        ->where(
          ['=','user_id',Yii::$app->user->id]
        )->all();
    
    //or using the model relation if you have `getAddress()` defined inside
    //the `User` model. `$user` has the selected user in code below
    $addressModel = $user->address;
    

    "steps"=>[

    [
        'title'=>'Step Title',
        'type' => FormWizard::STEP_TYPE_TABULAR,
        'model'=> $addressModel
    ]
    

    ]

    `

    See wiki For Tabular Step Code Sample

  • title (string) : The title of the step to be displayed inside the step Tab.

  • previewHeading : The heading for the preview step, if enabled the text will show up as the heading for the step fields in the preview step.

  • description (string) : The short description for the step.

  • formInfoText (text) : The text to be displayed on the top of the form fields inside the step.

  • fieldOrder (array) : The default order of the fields in the steps, if specified then the fields will be populated according to the order of the fields in the array, if not then the fields will be ordered according to the order in the fieldConfig option, and if fieldConfig option is not specified then the default order in which the attributes are returned from the model will be used.

  • stepHeadings (array) : takes a collection of arrays to group step fields under the headings, it accepts arrays with the following keys. Wiki Code Sample

    • text (string) the text to be displayed as the heading.
    • before (string) the field before which you want the heading to appear.
    • icon (string) the markup for the icon like <i class="fa-user"></i>or the image tag with url you want to display, it defaults to
      `<i class="formwizard-quill-ico"></i>`. If you dont wish to use an icon you can pass `false`.
      
  • fieldConfig (array) : This option is used mainly to customize the form fields for the step. 3 options are recognized inside the fieldConfig, 2 of them are except and only. See below for the details

  • except (array) : List of fields that should not be populated in the step or should be ignored, for example

      'fieldConfig'=>[
          'except'=>[
              'created_on','updated_on'
          ]
      ]
    

    By default all the attributes that are safe to load value are populated, and the id or primary_key is ignored by default.

  • only (array) : list of the fields that should be populated for the step, only the fields specified in the list will be available and all other fields will be ignored.

  • Apart from the above options the fieldConfig recognizes some special options specific to every field separately when customizing a field, for example

    'fieldConfig'=>[
        'username'=>[
            'options'=>[
                'class'=>'my-class'
            ]
        ]
    ]
    
    Since V1.6.8

    when using multi model step you may encounter the situation where you have similar column/field names in both the models and specifying the field name only wont help, you can prefix the field names with the model name, the widget uses $model->formName() method so be careful if you have overridden the formName() function in your model then use the relevant name.

    See an example below where you need to use the book and user model both in one step and you have the name field in both the tables

     
    'fieldConfig'=>[
        'user.name'=>[
            'options'=>[
                'class'=>'my-class'
            ]
        ],
        'book.name'=>[
            'options'=>[
                'class'=>'my-class'
            ]
        ],
     ]
     ```
    
      you should specify the field name of the model and its customization settings in form of `name=>value` pairs. The following special options can be used when specifying the form/model `field_name`.
    
    - `options`
    - `containerOptions`
    - `inputOptions`
    - `template`
    - `labelOptions`
    - `widget`
    - `multifield (boolean)`
    - `hint`
    - `tabularEvents` (used with the tabular steps)
    - `persistenceEvents` (effective with `enablePersistence`) [See Wiki](https://github.com/buttflattery/yii2-formwizard/wiki/Form-Persistence)
       [See Wiki For Customizing Fields using options above](https://github.com/buttflattery/yii2-formwizard/wiki/Customizing-form-fields)
      Details
    - `depends (array)` Since V 1.7.2 (used with tabular step) .
    
    - `options (array)` : You can specify the HTML attributes (name-value pairs) for the field
    
        ```php
        'field_name'=>['options'=>['class'=>'my-class']]`
        ```
    
        All those special options that are recognized by the
    
      - `checkbox(), radio()` : `uncheck`, `label`, `labelOptions`
      - `checkboxList(), radioList()` : `tag`, `unselect`, `encode`, `separator`, `itemOptions`, `item`.
    
       can be used with-in the `options` option. The following 2 options are specially recognized by this widget when used with-in the `options`.
    
      - `type (string)`: The type of the form field to be created, this can be `text`, `dropdown`,`checkbox`, `radio`, `textarea`, `file`, `password`, `hidden`. Default value for this option is `text`.
    
      - `itemsList (string/array)` : This option can be used with a `dropdown`, `checkboxList` or `radioList`. It is used in combination of the the option `type`. If you provide the `itemsList` an array and use the `'type'=>'checkbox'` , it will call `checkboxList()`, and a `checkbox()` if you provide string, same goes for the radioList and radio.
    
    - `lableOptions (array)`: The HTML and special options for customizing the field label, you can use the following settings
      - `label (string)`: The label text.
      - `options (array)` : The HTML attributes (name-value pairs) for the label.
    - `template (string)` : The template used for the field the default value used is `{label}\n{input}\n{hint}\n{error}`.
    - `containerOptions (array)` : HTML atrtibutes for the cotnainer tag used as `name=>value` pairs.
    - `widget` : This option can be used if you want to use a widget instead of the the default fields, you can specify the widget class name `'widget'=>widget::class`, and the options for the widget will be provided in the `options` option. -`inputOptions (array)` : this is same as the `inputOptions` used by the ActiveForm `field()` method.
    - `multifield (boolean)` : a boolean which decides if the field name should consist of an array or not, for example using multi file upload widgets require the `name` attribute for the field to be declared as an array like `filed_name[]` instead of `field_name`. you can pass this option as true by default it is false.
    - `hint (string)` : it is used to provide a hint text for the field if you dont provide a custom hint text for any field it will attempt to show the custom hints that are provided inside the model by overriding the `attributeHints()`, otherwise it wont show any hint.
    - `tabularEvents (array)`: it takes an array as an argument with the following values `beforeClone`, `afterClone` and `afterInsert` in the form `"eventName"=>"function(event){}"`, [see](<https://github.com/buttflattery/yii2-formwizard/wiki/Tabular-Steps-(New-Feature)#working-with-thrid-party-widgets>) for details
      - `beforeClone` : Takes a callback `function(event){}` used for the PRE processing of the source element before it is cloned, using `$(this)` inside the function callback referes to the element in the first rows always.
      - `afterClone` : Takes a callback `function(event){}` used for the POST processing of the source element before it is cloned, using`\$(this)` inside the function callback referes to the element in the first rows always.
      - `afterInsert`: Takes a callback `function(event, params){console.log(params)}` used for the POST processing of the newly added element after it is cloned, using `$(this)` inside the function callback referes to the newly added row.the `params` is json object which holds the `rowIndex`.
    - `persistenceEvents (array)` : it accepts an array of events with the following name. (currently only `afterRestore` is supported).
    
      - `afteRestore` : take a callback as string `"function(event,params){}"` to be called for post-restore operations, it provides 2 parameters `event` and `params` where params is a JSON `{fieldId: "field_name",fieldValue: "field_value"}`.
    - `depends (array)` : used with tabular step when you have dependent inputs and you want to show or hide them based on the value in the input it depends on when form is loaded to edit the values, see [WIKI](https://github.com/buttflattery/yii2-formwizard/wiki/Dependent-Inputs) for code samples. It takes the following special parameters
      - `attribute (string)` : the name of the attribute/fields the current field depends on, this parameter is required.
      - `when (string)` : the value to check, or the value which is compared with the on which you need to show the current input, this parameter is required.
      - `condition (string)` : the condition to evaluate the value of the dependent input with the given value in `when`. default condition used is `==`.
      - `then (callback)` : takes a `new JsExpression()` encoded callback function `function(id){}`, it takes one parameter `id` that holds the id of the current input. If not provided it will call `jQuery.show()` on the id of input it is applied on if the value matches in the `when` option.
      - `else (callback)` : takes a `new JsExpression()` encoded callback function `function(id){}`, it takes one parameter `id` that holds the id of the current input. If not provided it will call `jQuery.show()` on the id of input it is applied on if the value matches in the `when` option.
    
Widget Plugin (SmartWizard) Options

Only the following options of the plugin SmartWizard are allowed to be customized

theme

Name of the theme to be used, there are mainly 6 themes supported by the plugin

  • default : const THEME_DEFAULT
  • dots : const THEME_DOTS
  • arrows : const THEME_ARROWS
  • circles : const THEME_CIRCLES
  • material : const THEME_MATERIAL
  • material-v : const THEME_MATERIAL_V
transitionEffect (string)

The effect used when sliding the step it can be one of the

  • none
  • slide
  • fade
showStepURLhash (boolean)

Show url hash based on step, default false.

useURLHash (boolean)

Enable selection of the step based on url hash, default value is false.

toolbarPosition

Position of the toolbar (none, top, bottom, both), default value top.

toolbarButtonPosition

Position of the toolbar buttons (left, right), default value is left.

toolbarExtraButtons

Specify the extra buttons and its events to show on toolbar.

markDoneSteps (boolean)

Make already visited steps as done, default value is true.

markAllPreviousStepsAsDone (boolean)

When a step selected by url hash, all previous steps are marked done, default value is true.

removeDoneStepOnNavigateBack (boolean)

While navigate back done step after active step will be cleared, default value is false.

enableAnchorOnDoneStep (boolean)

Enable/Disable the done steps navigation, default value is true.

Widget Constants
Icons
  • FormWizard::ICON_NEXT defaults to '<i class="formwizard-arrow-right-alt1-ico"></i>'.
  • FormWizard::ICON_PREV defaults to '<i class="formwizard-arrow-left-alt1-ico"></i>'.
  • FormWizard::ICON_FINISH defaults to '<i class="formwizard-check-alt-ico"></i>'.
  • FormWizard::ICON_ADD defaults to '<i class="formwizard-plus-ico"></i>'.
  • FormWizard::ICON_RESTORE defaults to '<i class="formwizard-restore-ico"></i>'.
Boostrap Versions
  • FormWizard::BS_3 defaults to 3.
  • FormWizard::BS_4 defaults to 4.
Step Types
  • FormWizard::STEP_TYPE_DEFAULT defaults to 'default'.
  • FormWizard::STEP_TYPE_TABULAR default to 'tabular'.
  • FormWizard::STEP_TYPE_PREVIEW default to 'preview'.
Themes
  • FormWizard::THEME_DEFAULT defaults to 'default'.
  • FormWizard::THEME_DOTS defaults to 'dots'.
  • FormWizard::THEME_ARROWS defaults to 'arrows'.
  • FormWizard::THEME_CIRCLES defaults to 'circles'.
  • FormWizard::THEME_MATERIAL defaults to 'material'.
  • FormWizard::THEME_MATERIAL_V defaults to 'material-v'.
  • FormWizard::THEME_TAGS defaults to 'tags'.
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Category: User Interface
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