Creating a Google Forms Clone with React and Typescript (Part 1)

Google Forms is a survey administration software included as part of the free, web-based Google Docs Editors suite offered by Google. The service also includes Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Drawings, Google Sites, and Google Keep.

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export async function getStaticProps({
}: {
  params: { slug: string };
}): Promise<{ props: PostProps }> {
  const data = await getPostDetails(params.slug);

  return {
    props: { post: data },
} // getStaticProps

The Google Forms service has undergone several updates over the years. Features include, but are not limited to, menu search, shuffle of questions for randomized order, limiting responses to once per person, shorter URLs, custom themes,[2] automatically generating answer suggestions when creating forms,[3] and an "Upload file" option for users answering questions that require them to share content or files from their computer or Google Drive.

In October 2014, Google introduced add-ons for Google Forms that enable third-party developers to add new features to surveys,[4] while in July 2017, Google updated Forms to add several new features. "Intelligent response validation" is capable of detecting text input in form fields to identify what is written and ask the user to correct the information if wrongly input. Depending on file-sharing settings in Google Drive, users can request file uploads from individuals outside multi-option answers in a table. In Settings, users can make changes that affect all new forms, such as always collecting email addresses.[5][6]

Users can analyze responses to their form using either the
built-in analysis tools or export them to a new or existing Google
Sheets spreadsheet that updates as new responses are received. The
built-in analysis tools allow for responses to be viewed individually or
in summary. Alternatively, responses can be downloaded as a comma-separated values file.[7]

Google Forms features all of the collaboration and sharing features found in Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, and Sites.