Why do you want to use the REST API as opposed to the Form Editor, if you don't speak REST?
My REST abilities would be irrelevant, if it was the correct solution, though.
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It's a good idea to ignore anything that suggests using the rate-limited SOAP or REST API to submit Marketo forms.
Couple inaccuracies in that blog post:
- The Forms 2.0 API can absolutely be used to integrate with existing forms. It's actually the recommended method for cross-posting data from existing forms to Marketo.
- The Forms 2.0 API does have call limit namely 43,200 calls per source IP at no more than 2 submissions per minute. This is an astronomically high daily limit compared to SOAP or REST, but it does exist.
- Do you not need a front-end developer to create a form that submits to your back-end server (which in turn uses REST or SOAP)? Forms don't build themselves. A form that has to bounce off your back-end server is more complex to build, since it has two moving parts that you own: the client and the server.