Add FormKeep to resources as Jekyll form backend #3010

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croaky commented Oct 17, 2014

Launched by thoughtbot today.
Intended to be Jekyll-friendly with
no iframes, JavaScript embeds, or CSS overrides.
It just generates a URL to use as your form's action endpoint.

It has a very simple webhook system, which means
it can automatically forward all submissions to a webhook of your choosing.
We've been using Zapier to handle the heavy lifting of
sending form data along from FormKeep to MailChimp, Trello, etc.

Add FormKeep to resources as Jekyll form backend
Launched by [thoughtbot] today.
Intended to be Jekyll-friendly with
no iframes, JavaScript embeds, or CSS overrides.
It just generates a URL to use as your form's `action` endpoint.

It has a very simple webhook system, which means
it can automatically forward all submissions to a webhook of your choosing.
We've been using [Zapier] to handle the heavy lifting of
sending form data along from FormKeep to MailChimp, Trello, etc.

[thoughtbot]: https://thoughtbot.com
[Zapier]: http://zapier.com

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