Smart Form - Technologies


There are a number technologies that can deliver SmartForm benefits with varying levels of capability. These include:

XFA Forms
XFA refers to Adobe XFA Forms platform which can be used to render PDF, Adobe Flex or HTML based forms.
In the Australian government context SmartForms generally refer to Adobe XFA Forms.
Xforms refers to a W3c XML Forms architecture. Solutions implementing XForms include IBM Lotus Forms, Open Data Kit (ODK) and Group Complete (ODK compatible).
InfoPath Forms
InfoPath refers to Microsoft Office InfoPath XML form technology.
FormPublisher Forms
FormPublisher refers to Jway XML form technology.

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