Perfect, I don't see problem. No cookies, no Ads.
@nixCraft Seems good to me: it’s to the point, it’s obvious how to use it, and I bet it loads very quickly.
And hey, it probably works with assistive technologies out of the box because it builds an HTML form and doesn’t wrap it with a bunch of unnecessary custom controls rendered in DIV elements.
Perhaps the page could use some CSS, but it certainly doesn’t need React/Angular/ExtJS/whatever.