for a survey I want to create a page that (without a login) lets visitors fill out a form and submit it.
I would like to store the data and then display it in a table and in graphs and so on.
I might use this helpful plugin for this endeavor: https://gitlab.com/kirbyzone/formbuilder
Now for storing the submissions (as far as I understand) apparently I could:
- either store the submissions as individual pages (https://getkirby.com/docs/cookbook/forms/creating-pages-from-frontend)
- or store them as structure field entries
- or would it also be possible to store it to one or multiple json files or to another versatile file format?
What is the best way to store the submitted submitted data – if I would want a solution that is super-scaleable and would work for A LOT of submissions (let’s say 1.000.000)?
(I’m not expecting that much participants, but I am interested how that would be solveable with Kirby.)
A structure field with 1.000.000 entries is probably madness, isn’t it? Would you rather store the submissions externally in some database? How would that work?