Writing your own forms in PHP or Ruby requires a decent level of knowledge on backend coding. This isn’t something that all developers should shy away from – yet it’s someting that not all devs want to learn.
FormKeep takes this into consideration with their custom endpoint for handling web forms.
After creating an account you’ll be able to point all forms to the FormKeep website. Their API will handle all form submissions and manage the content based on e-mail or otherwise.
Granted this may not work great for a custom database setup but it’s perfect for a simple website management system.
To learn more visit the FormKeep FAQ page. You can read how the endpoints function and how pricing tiers work.
The product is still growing but anyone who’d be willing to try it out should sign up and give it a test run.
Also you can follow the latest updates on the FormKeep Twitter account @formkeep.