Yep I agree with Phil for his answers, and the main thing to keep in mind is that so far "every" single time it's been suggested to someone to get a new hosting server, it has been because their server will not install PHP for them which is required for this program. There's nothing anyone can do to fix that other than tell them to change servers, so it's not really a cop out or a "standard fall back" it's the basic truth of the situation. You need PHP 5.1 or higher to run this program. If you're running on a Linux server, chances are you're already set. If you're not sure, you can go back to the links I posted which tell you how to check your PHP version.
As for the coding part, it's really not any harder with this program as it was with the Flash version, just that you "need" to upload the files yourself. Here is exactly how it's working for me:1.
Hit the Files link in the top left corner on the menu2.
Choose Export and choose Manual Server Setup3.
Navigate in the window that pops up to the folder on your computer where you want the files to be saved for uploading (hint: create this folder ahead of time so you know where it's going)4.
It then exports the files into a folder and opens a window with the code you need to place on your site.
There is only 1 extra bit of code you need here that you didn't need in the Classic version and that's the part that goes in the <head></head> tags. Since I don't believe it matters where that goes I would put it just before the head closing tag </head>
The other part of the code you had to put in your site page before too so that's not difficult at all.5.
From here is where the major difference is but... CC provides FreeFTP which costs nothing, so you can setup an FTP account in there to your server to upload the files manually. You would have to set up an FTP connection in the program if they added it so this really isn't any more work than before.6.
Now from there in the FTP program connect to your server, navigate on the local side to where you had the program export the files and find the folder it created. OPEN the folder and transfer the contents of the folder it saved NOT the folder itself
to your server root directory or the directory of the page you have the form on, same as before (providing you aren't on Wordpress or the like which works differently) and wallah! You have a form!7.
Don't forget to update/upload your site page too that has the form on it.
It's really not super difficult, and trust me, ask and anyone here will be glad to help you through any of the above steps if you get stuck, and CC will give you full individual help if need be with putting in a ticket.
Sounds like you're a bit reluctant as it's a new concept for you to do the uploading yourself, but it's not really difficult, and we're all here to help if you need us