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How to integrate JotForm Builder with our web applicationAsked by nkvangip on October 21, 2014 at 04:02 AM
Currently in our web application we will enable the user to create his/her own form which is non scalable home grown solution. We would like to integrate with JotForm to create the form. The way we are envisioning is when the user on our web application wants to create a form we want to pass in login credentials to jot form programatically and once authenticated we want to show the form builder with in our application context. Once the form is saved we would like to get back a unique identifier through which we will be able to associate the user to the form.
I have gone through the user guide but didn't find enough information. So could you please guide us and let us know if the above mentioned scenario is possible with JotForms.
Yes, that should be possible, mostly depending on your web app and how familiar you with the codding.
I believe that you want to accomplish something as was done through this WP plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/form-generator-powered-by-jotform/?
In such case this app should be of great use to you http://apps.jotform.com/app/form_generator_for_wordpress
Do let us know if that is what you wanted to achieve and feel free to ask if you have any further questions.