+DbHint supplies autocomplete suggestions from the database.

    (gui 'nam '(+Var +DbHint +TextField) '*UsrNam '(nam +User) 30)
This example shows a +TextField that has been extended with two classes, +Var and +DbHint. +Var connects the field to a variable and +DbHint fetches autocomplete suggestions from the database. As you can see, +DbHint is given the argument '(nam +User). This tells it to fetch the property "nam" from the class "+User". See also +hint, +Var and +TextField.
A prefix to specify a default value for a field. This is different from '+Init' which can be overwritten with an empty value (NIL). A '+Dflt' field will never contain NIL (unless the default value itself evaluates to NIL). See also +Init.
(diaform 'lst prg)
diaForm is a form that has a dual nature in that it can behave both as a form and as a dialog. When called from a form, by pressing a button (POST) it shows up as a dialog. Otherwise, when called via a link (GET), it shows up as a form. diaform is commonly used in search dialogs, often together with an idForm. This way, functionality to search for, select and edit objects is combined in a single page of the application.

    (de choItem (Dst)
       (diaform '(Dst)
          (<grid> "--.-."
             ... )
          (gui 'query '(+QueryChart) (cho)
             ... )
          (<table> 'chart (choTtl ,"Items" 'nr '+Item)
             ... )
             ... ) ) )
See also form, idForm, dialog.
(dialog Env . Prg)
Creates a dialog. 'Env' can contain additional css attributes, the framework adds the css class 'dialog'. 'Prg' is the content you want to populate the dialog with. See also Alerts and dialogs.
(disable Flg)
This function disables a form when called with a non-NIL argument. It overrides the standard form enable/disable, in that it can disable the form even if it would be otherwise enabled. This affects all components in this form. The following example makes a form read-only until Christmas:

    (form NIL
       (disable (> (12 24) (cdr (date (date)))))  # Disable whole form
       (gui ..)
       .. )
In a disabled form, individual components can be activated using the +Rid prefix class. See also +Rid.
(delButton Able @Txt)
A delete button, marks an object as deleted. Includes a confirmation dialog. See also ask, note, , +Rid, +Able, +Tip, +Button and gui.
A button used to delete one row from a chart. See also chart, +Tiny, +Rid, +JS, +Able, +Tip and +Button.
A button used scroll a chart one row down. See also chart, +Tiny, +Rid, +JS, +Able, +GoButton, +Button and scrolling.
+Drop is a prefix class for +Button and makes the most sense in combination with +UpField, for file uploads. The following example comes from the demo app in the PicoLisp distribution, in app/item.l:

    (gui '(+Able +UpField) '(not (: home obj jpg)) 30)
    (gui '(+Drop +Button) '(field -1)
       '(if (: home obj jpg) ,"Uninstall" ,"Install")
             ((: home obj jpg)
                (ask ,"Uninstall Picture?"
                   (put!> (: home top 1 obj) 'jpg NIL) ) )
             ((: drop) (blob! (: home obj) 'jpg @)) ) )
Note "'(field -1)" in the example above. This part refers to the +UpField. See also +Button, field, +Able, +UpField and gui.
+DstButton, Destination button, has a dual behaviour, manifesting itself as a button or a plain link. The button is always labeled as "@", but if +DstButton is used in a dialog which chooses an object to be stored in a field of the calling form it manifests as a button. In this case, pressing the button stores the object in the destination field. Otherwise, +DstButton manifests itself as a plain link and clicking the link causes a jump to that object. Typical usage is in choice (search) dialogs, which are used both for jumping to objects and for selecting objects in other forms.
The following example uses a +DstButton when presenting the search result in a QueryChart. Since we are not about to choose an object to be stored in a field of the calling form, this +DstButton will manifest as a link and cause a jump to an object.
Given the following 'put'- function:

    '((This) (list This This (: pa) (: ma) (: mate) (: job) (: dat)))
And presenting the result in a table:

      (<table> 'chart NIL
         '((btn) (NIL "Name") (NIL "Father") (NIL "Mother") (NIL "Partner") (NIL "Occupation") (NIL "born"))
         (do (cho)
            (<row> (alternating)
               (gui 1 '(+DstButton) Dst)
               (gui 2 '(+ObjView +TextField) '(: nm))
               (gui 3 '(+ObjView +TextField) '(: nm))
               (gui 4 '(+ObjView +TextField) '(: nm))
               (gui 5 '(+ObjView +TextField) '(: nm))
               (gui 6 '(+TextField))
               (gui 7 '(+DateField)) ) ) )
See also +Set, +Able, +Close, +PickButton.
+DateField accepts and returns a date value.

    (gui '(+DateField) 10)
The date format displayed and accepted by the +DateField is determined by the current locale, and the field returns an error when a date not matching the locale is entered. +DateField does some extra work to handle user input, independant of locale. Entering a small number is expanded to mean day of the current month, and entering larger numbers expand to day/ month or day/month/year. See also +TextField, gui, date and Time & Date.