Web API v2 (Beta 2)
Note: This article refers to version 2 of the Gravity Forms Web API that is currently in beta. Until it is migrated into Gravity Forms core, it is available via the REST API add-on on GitHub.
Web API Examples
This article includes more detailed examples of how to interact with the Web API. It is a work in progress. More examples will be added over time.
Getting Started with the Gravity Forms API (GFAPI)
When looking over all of the documentation for the Gravity Forms API, it can be a quite daunting experience. This is mainly due to the sheer amount of data that can be received and manipulated within the GFAPI class.
IntroductionThe Notifications Object is an associative array containing the properties for all the email notifications which exist for a form.
IntroductionThe AutoResponder object contains the settings for the user's notification, such as destination email field, email subject and body.
IntroductionThe Web API allows developers to create, read, update and delete forms, entries and results over HTTP loosely following REST-style principles.
IntroductionThe Notification object contains the settings for the administrator's notification, such as destination email address, email subject and body.
Gravity Forms API
IntroductionThe Gravity Forms API provides developers with a future-proof way to access some of the common core functionality in Gravity Forms.
IntroductionThe Form Object is the main object in Gravity Forms. It contains all properties of a particular form (i.e. form title, fields, notification, scheduling, etc...).