it will be great if we can disable the form or the submit button when the user click on it.
you can do it easly …
change element attr. when form submited
and how do you set it back after a successful or failed submission?
then click to static events success or error …
so you can disable the button when clicked and re enabling it after a successful submission?
Very easily. I’ll do up a video when I decide to get out of bed and have my coffee.
thank you very much!
this will be helpful
I’lll still do a video if you need, but here is a step by step.
1: Select your form button
2: Click on Add Dynamic Attribute
3: Click on Display
4: Click on Hide
5: Click on Lightning bBolt in Properties Panel
6: In the Data Binding panel expend your form if it isn’t already expanded
7: Click on State
8: Select Processing
9: Click on Select at the bottom
This will hide the button while the form is processing and the button will reappear when the form is submitted. In some cases I have used this method to hide the entire form and display a precessing message while the form is processing.
Move to the “How To” category - as this is definitely a good tip! Well done @brad
It’s also possible to show a spinner in the button, while the server action is executing: Show Disabled Button with Spinner on Form Submit