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A previous post shows how events fire and their sequence as a user interacted with your form. If you explore the form you will see how some events fire quite often, in particular the calculate event, validate event and the form:ready event.
The intention of the example is to show that some events fire many times and as a result can adversely affect performance.
Here I want to focus on the layout:ready event. While it may appear on the surface that this event only fires occasionally, that is not necessarily the case.
When developing forms you should appreciate the impact of your script and make it as efficient as possible.
First off – thanks to everyone who came to my session on “What’s new in Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform Document Services Designer 10″ and for engaging in the conversation.
Second – thanks to Adobe for delivering such a great conference. It was an honour to present at the conference.
The session will cover the new features in the next version of LiveCycle Designer and how to harness these to generate dynamic solutions.
There will be over twenty LiveCycle sessions and labs, which will explore all areas of the platform.
Learn how to create styled PDF forms that include interactive design elements using the latest features of Adobe LiveCycle Designer. With LiveCycle Designer, you can create form and document templates that combine high-fidelity dynamic presentation with sophisticated XML data handling.
Hope to see you there!
The Scripting Object Model (SOM) is one of the backbones of the XFA Specification. The SOM provides a structure for referencing objects and properties in our forms. Read more »