Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Drag and Drop Apps Guide1. Getting Started: Drag & Drop Apps1.1. Overview1.2. Create a form1.3. Create rules1.4. Define who will be notified of data submissions1.5. Create a Theme for your Forms1.6. Create an App for the Form1.7. Generate and install a binary of the App on your phone1.8. Submit data from the app1.9. View and print those submissions1.10. Further reading2. Create a Simple Form2.1. Tutorial2.2. Step 1: Login2.3. Step 2: Creating a form2.4. Step 3: Editing a form3. Create a Forms Project3.1. Create a Forms Project3.1.1. 1. Create a Forms Project via the Projects Section3.1.2. 2. Create a Forms Project via the Drag & Drop Apps Section3.2. Associate a form with an Existing Project3.2.1. 1. Associate Forms with a Project via the Forms Projects Section3.2.2. Associate Forms with a Project via the Forms Builder Section4. Create a Form Theme4.1. Tutorial4.1.1. Create a theme from scratch4.1.2. Create a theme from a template4.2. Editing a Theme5. Drag & Drop Apps Lifecycle Management5.1. Overview of Lifecycle Management and Drag & Drop Apps5.1.1. How Does Lifecycle Management Work with Drag & Drop Apps5.2. Lifecycle Management Interface5.2.1. Deploy Now5.2.2. Preview5.2.3. Live Edit5.2.4. Promote5.2.5. Submissions5.2.6. Copy5.2.7. Deploy5.3. Permissions5.4. Drag & Drop Apps Lifecycle Management and $fh.formsLegal Notice Drag and Drop Apps Guide Red Hat Mobile Application Platform Hosted 4For Red Hat Mobile Application Platform Hosted 4Red Hat Customer Content ServicesLegal NoticeAbstract This document provides tutorials for creating and managing Forms-based apps in Red Hat Mobile Application Platform Hosted 4. 1. Getting Started: Drag & Drop Apps Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.