You'll want to start off by unzipping and copying the contents of the qForms zip file to a directory either on your local PC or on a web server. The examples included with qForms API do not require a web server to run.
You'll need to copy the following files and directory into the "/lib/" folder. The files are included in the "lib" sub-folder of the zip file.
** The purpose of these files is to simplify usage of qForms. If you choose to use these files, you'll need to manually update the files with the correct path to the qForm API files. If you install the files into the default "/lib/" directory, then no changes are necessary.
Preparing A Form
NOTE: The qFormAPI.setLibraryPath() and qFormAPI.include() lines are only required if you wish to use the extension libraries-like the "Validation", "Field" and "Functions" libraries. The usage of these functions will be explained in more detail later on in the documentation.
Now save the document you just created and load it up in your browser. Clicking the "Hello World!" button will place the text "Hello World!" into the SampleText field. That's all there is too it!
Now that you have a basic overview of the qForms API, you're should be more then ready to start using it in your projects. Take a look at the examples for more inspiration.