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A combined form and API platform for Serverless applications

Form.io is a revolutionary combined Form and API platform for Serverless applications. This repository serves as the core Form and API engine for https://form.io. This system allows you to build "serverless" data management applications using a simple drag-and-drop form builder interface. These forms can then easily be embedded within your Angular.js and React applications using the <formio> HTML element.

Form Building & Rendering Demo

Here is a link to a demo of the Form Building and Form Rendering capability that can be hooked into this API platform.

http://codepen.io/travist/full/xVyMjo/

Installation

To get started you will first need the following installed on your machine.

Running

You can then download this repository, navigate to the folder in your Terminal, and then type the following.

npm install
node main

This will walk you through the installation process. When it is done, you will have a running Form.io management application running at the following address in your browser.

http://localhost:3001

The installation process will also ask if you would like to download an application. If selected, the application can be found at the following URL.

http://localhost:8080

You can also see the contents of the application (for modification) within the app folder which exists inside of the folder where you downloaded this repository.

Help

We will be updating the help guides found @ https://help.form.io as questions arise and also to help you get started with Form.io.

Thanks for using Form.io!

The Form.io Team.

Security

If you find and/or think you have found a Security issue, please quietly disclose it to security@form.io, and give us sufficient time to patch the issue before disclosing it publicly.