We’d like to take a minute to thank a few of our users for creating some great Wufoo screencasts and documentation. We really love this kind of stuff because it gives us a better view on how people are using Wufoo, and it helps us understand what we need to do a better job of explaining.
– [Getting Started With Wufoo](http://activerain.com/blogsview/75219/Project-Blogger-Has-Me) – Jeff Turner, from [Activerain.com](http://activerain.com/), created an awesome video overview on how to create a Wufoo form and add it to your website. We always love to hear user feedback, but when you can visually see how somebody interacts with an application, that oftentimes speaks louder than words.
– [Creating a New Account](http://www.screencastcentral.com/public/369.cfm) – Tom, over at [ScreencastCentral.com](http://www.screencastcentral.com/), created a short clip on how to sign up for a new Wufoo account. ScreencastCentral has hundreds of videos to “make using computers and software easier”. Tom also said there are a few more screencasts on Wufoo to come, and we can’t wait to see what he comes up with.
– [Hosting Wufoo Forms on Your Own Server](http://www.fuzzyness.co.uk/pages/journal/wufoo-forms-on-own-server/) – I honestly pretty tried hard to make the submit [API documentation](https://help.wufoo.com/articles/en_US/kb/Wufoo-REST-API-V3/submit/) easy on the eyes and brain. That being said, I am a programmer, and no matter how hard I try, I can’t image what code, or Wufoo’s API looks like to a non-programmer. So I’d like to sincerely thank Dave Foy for writing a detailed tutorial on how to get started with the submit API. According to Dave, he “wanted to give a bit of a step-by-step walkthrough for the more, erm, programatically-challenged”. It’s definitely more in depth than my API introduction, and hopefully we’ll see some more programmatically-challenged people delve into the API.