CubeWP is a new framework for working with dynamic data which is freely available in the WordPress plugin directory. I published a first look at CubeWP recently. This video is a follow up look at their premium Frontend Pro extension. It helps you create frontend forms for post submission (posts and Custom Post Types) as well as some of the typical user-related forms such as you would have on a membership site.
Summary from the Video
So a few things stand out from using Frontend Pro. The first is that these are the typical types of forms and features that you might need for a directory or membership site. Second, the form builder is very easy to use and quick, but there are not very many customization options. Finally, the type of functionality provided by Frontend pro is good, but this is version one and there were a few things that might need to be tweaked, which were mentioned in the walk-through.
The free CubeWP Framework and Frontend Pro are very new and the team is collecting feedback and suggestions for development from users. The current version of Frontend pro is a good start, but will need a bit of refinement before it is ready to use in production. Also, if you want to keep subscribers and site members on the frontend then either Frontend Pro will need to add a few membership-like features, or you would need to use Frontend Pro together with a membership plugin.
This video looked at just one extension. When you consider the free plugin together with the three existing extensions, and the 3 planned extensions, it is clear that the team has a vision and some big plans. They launched with a broad range of features and its worth keeping an eye on CubeWP to see how it develops.