Formzillion Documention

Welcome to the documentation of Formzillion (opens in a new tab).

Open source headless forms simplify form management by providing a ready-to-use backend infrastructure. They eliminate the need for complex and time-consuming development, while allowing full customization of form appearance. With open source headless forms, you effortlessly handle submissions, validation, and storage, aligning with your desired design aesthetic.

Formzillion provides a outstanding solution for both static and dynamic websites, offering seamless integration capabilities across various platforms that support HTML form functionality.

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Table of Contents

Below is the table of contents for the documentation:

  • Setup: Step-by-step guide on setting up forms with various options such as basic setup, file uploads, fetch, axios, and more.
  • Features: Exploring Formzillion's capabilities, including spam filtering, thank you pages, collaboration, email notifications, and more.
  • Integrations: Integrating Formzillion with third-party services like Slack, SendGrid, MailerLite, webhooks, Airtable, and more.
  • Platforms: Understanding Formzillion's compatibility with different platforms such as WordPress, Next.js, Gatsby, Webflow, and more.
  • API Reference: Comprehensive documentation on Formzillion's API, covering accessing account information, form details, listing form submissions, and more.

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