For the first time, Google Forms has an API and we are going to show you how you can use it and what’s in it. The new Google Forms API joins the large family of APIs available to developers under the Google Workspace Platform. The Forms API provides programmatic access for managing forms, acting on responses, and empowering developers to build powerful integrations on top of Forms.
Some additional resources to support the general availability of the Google Forms API have been published. This post includes information on the key use cases which are supported by the API:
Automated form creation and editing: Enables automated form creation and editing. Enables rapid form generation from large volume question banks or other data backends.
Reaction to Form responses: The API also enables developers to build automations for acting on incoming responses. Examples include developing real-time dashboards or visualizations and triggering business workflows based on response data.
Given the existing widespread use of Google Forms in education it was nice for this to be acknowledged and also to see Automagical Forms getting mentioned.
Source: Introducing the Google Forms API