I found this online to use but I have no idea if its possible to integrate into quickbase or whether quickbase supports html5. I am currently using Quickbase essentials.
I want to have a field where users can draw or mark it and then have it save. Is this possible?
"<img src='" & [dataurl] & "'>The only think I am not sure about is what limitations the QuickBase essentials plan involves. You should upgade anyways because there isn't anything QuickBase can't do using script.
I had to use another library named sketch.js:
The original example created by William Malone was more of a tutorial and had some hardcoded references and other features that did not make it portable. The author of sketch.js actually created his library after being inspired by William Malone's tutorial.
This example could be greatly improved but the main takeaway is that any canvas creation library can be integrated with QuickBase and have the resulting image converted to an image and saved in QuickBase.
Just click one of the Sign Off buttons. Obviously used for signatures but could be used for drawing...
I know this is an older post, but could this be expanded to use an image as a back ground and write on top of the image and have that save as a file. And if I were to open the drawing up again, would I be able to see the last edits and add to them
So the premise would be to load a floor plan into a file attachment, open the floor plan and write notes anywhere on the plan that I wanted to and save that.