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Viktor Sabatier

Viktor Sabatier

Founder & CTO at Campus Skills

"As a CTO finding the right tool is always a challenge. Regarding form builders, I have spent hours looking for and testing solutions from free open source to paid ones. Forminer is the way to go - it is so easy to integrate, and because you have access to the code, you can easily build custom components that fit your business needs."

How does Forminer help overcome your challenges?

What makes our form builder so powerful?

Intuitive Drag & Drop Interface
Build custom forms by arranging the components as you prefer.
Conditional Fields & Validation
Make your forms dynamic. Set arbitrary conditions based on various user choices and save time on making separate form variations by including all conditions in one form.
Extendable with custom fields
Build any-kind field you need in your project, even the most unusual ones. Forminer gives you full customizability.
“Form is data”
The schema-first approach offers multiple advantages. Enable yourself to make programmatic changes, translate and store forms in the database, or expose them through the API. And that's merely the tip of the iceberg.
Analyze your forms
Analyze created forms on your project as you need. Whether you want to discover the most popular field in your project or track down typos, the schema-first approach boosts your analytic capabilities.
WYSIWYG code editor
Enjoy Forminer's lightness and see how your code changes impact forms in real time.

Ready to see Forminer in action?

Most popular use cases

Client processes
Scenario description
Your platform allows your clients to build forms.
Your clients build forms on the platform.
Your client’s users fill out the forms.
Team processes
Scenario description
Your application consists of forms.
Your team builds the forms of your application in Forminer.
Your user fills out the forms.

What do you get?

Forminer is code - React components that let you making core changes seamlessly.
Ready-to-use code
Buy it, unzip it, and enjoy Forminer on your project. It's really that easy.
Unlimited traffic & users environment
Whether your app garners a mere 10 daily users or soars to the thousands, our pricing model remains the same.
A multi-tenant license for a single project
One license covers a single deployment or a per-tenant one. Use Forminer most conveniently for you.
Internal deployments
Deploy our form builder internally to allow your team to create custom forms simultaneously in Forminer instead of manual coding in React.
Debugging consultancy & free updates
Already purchased Forminer? Whether it's a new version release or some bug occurred in your app, the Forminer team is here to help.
Open Source community support
While Forminer is based on our Open Source (MIT-licensed) React form library - uniforms. You can always count on community support.


Interested in using Forminer? Find the plan that suits you best.
Use it in PoC (Proof of Concept) to see how it fits your project.
Once ready to use it in your operations, purchase and enjoy it on production.
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Two extra free months.
Pay once and enjoy it forever.
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Multi-project licenses
Custom extensions
Training sessions & consultancy

Frequently asked questions

It’s a WYSIWYG React form builder. It allows you to build single- and multi-page forms, add custom validation, and configure conditional rendering. To put it in another way, It’s a ready-to-use set of React components for your project to have a fully functional Forminer in minutes.

  • Forminer is a set of React components, and TypeForm/JotForm are SaaS products. The primary difference between these is that the Forminer becomes a part of your project and you integrate it directly in the code, while the others are external applications.
    • That implies you decide what you do with the data gathered with Forminer, while the others store it on their systems and give you options to access it.
  • Formium is also a set of React components for rendering the built forms, but to build them, you have to interact with their SaaS backend. That’s where you create the forms and store the gathered data (by default). Forminer is distributed in its entirety as source code, including both the rendering of built forms and the Forminer itself.
    • The difference is that the Forminer definition (how the form looks like) is part of your app, can be adjusted, extended, and even generated by your app.
    • Also, because there’s no backend Forminer contacts, it can also work offline (if your app supports that).

No, Forminer is not open source. However, its core – uniforms – is a set of 100% open source (MIT licensed) packages, hosted on GitHub.

Forminer requires React to work, but you can embed it in your application even if it’s not there yet (e.g., it’s an Angular- or Vue-based app).