For a form, I want to accept a list of text inputs (e.g. "what baby names do you like?"). It's not a multi-select situation because there is not list of default values (the user could make up unknown baby names).
I could put a text input, and a "+" button nearby so they can add more text boxes. But requires some implementation.
I could show a single text input and tell the user to enter a comma-separated list. It's really easy implementation-wise, but obviously not as good a user experience as typing separate answers in separate boxes.
Is there a good and/or standard way to handle this situation?
(StackExchange has an example of this type of thing with their "Tags" list when asking a question, but they have a list of expected values which should be used in general.)