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SurveyJS is a JavaScript Survey and Form Library.

SurveyJS is a modern way to add surveys and forms to your website. It has versions for angular2+, jQuery, knockout, react and vue.

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Join the chat at https://gitter.im/andrewtelnov/surveyjs

Documentation

SurveyJS Library Documentation

Live Examples

SurveyJS Library Live Examples

Visual Survey / Form Builder

Build your Survey or Form now

Visual Editor sources are here

More info about SurveyJS

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SurveyJS is the most feature-rich Survey / Form Library available at the current moment. It can be easily customized and extended to suit your needs.

Main Features

A lot of question types with a lot of built-in functionalities.

Multiple Pages Support

You may create a very complex forms with a lot of pages, like this one.

Dynamically change survey logic and questions content

Localization and Multiple language support

Appearance and custom Rendering

Frequently used functionalities

To find out more about the library go

You can use our quickstart repos:

Getting started

Install the library using npm.

Angular2 version:

npm install survey-angular

jQuery version:

npm install survey-jquery

Knockout version:

npm install survey-knockout

React version:

npm install survey-react

Vue version:

npm install survey-vue

Or use Azure CDN:

You find all versions/builds in the surveyjs/build repo.

Or dowload a version as zip file from Releases

If you want to import it in another script:

import * as Survey from 'survey-jquery'; 

Building survey.js from sources

To build library yourself:

  1. Clone the repo from GitHub

    git clone https://github.com/surveyjs/surveyjs.git
    cd surveyjs
    
  2. Acquire build dependencies. Make sure you have Node.js installed on your workstation. You need a version of Node.js greater than 6.0.0 and npm greater than 2.7.0. This is only needed to build surveyjs from sources.

    npm install -g karma-cli
    npm install
    
  3. Build the library

    npm run build_prod
    

    After that you should have the libraries (angular, jquery, knockout, react and vue) at 'packages' directory.

  4. Run samples

    npm start
    

    This command will run local http server at the http://localhost:7777 You can open http://localhost:7777/examples/knockout to view KnockoutJS samples, http://localhost:7777/examples/react to view ReactJS samples and so on

  5. Run unit tests

    karma start
    

    This command will run unit tests using Karma

CMS integration

CMS and services Plugin Link
[+] Wordpress SurveyJS plugin
[+] Zendesk In progress of publication
[ ] Sales Force
[ ] Microsoft Dynamics
[ ] Typo3

Please feel free to contact us if you need to supports some particular CMS or implemented a plugin yourself.

License

MIT license