In this chapter, you read about InfoPath and how to create and work with InfoPath list forms. Specifically, you were introduced to the advantages of using InfoPath forms compared to default list forms (Chapter 25) to achieve common requirements such as form validation and cascading form fields.
Although this chapter showed you how to best leverage InfoPath forms to replace list forms, it only touched the surface of the product’s capabilities. Accordingly, here are some additional references if you’re interested in further pursuing InfoPath, beyond this chapter:
• http://blogs.msdn.com/b/infopath/: The Microsoft InfoPath team blog.
• http://claytoncobb.wordpress.com: Some great articles around using InfoPath with SharePoint, including ...