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[Video] Getting Started with Formspider

Yesterday we hosted a webinar for people who are interested in learning Formspider but could not find the time. Don’t worry if you missed it though! Below is a recording of the event.

The webinar consists of seven parts:

1) About Gerger, the company behind Formspider.

2) Brief history of Formspider and a short overview of its references and success stories.

3) Formspider Benefits & Features.

4) Formspider Architecture

5) Overview of the Formspider IDE

6) Introduction to Formspider Objects and API’s.

7) Let’s build an application with Formspider

During the webinar, we also answered a lot of questions coming from the audience.

You can watch the webinar below:



And here are the slides we used during the presentation:


Getting started with Formspider from Yalim K. Gerger

You can download the assets of the sample application we built from this Dropbox link.

Many thanks to everyone who attended to the webinar.

Learn to Build Web Apps with PL/SQL and Formspider!

You want to learn how to build first class web applications with PL/SQL but you cannot find the time to start? We are hosting a free webinar just for you! Join us and learn how you can build great web applications with PL/SQL using Formspider.

During the webinar we'll cover the following topics:


Formspider Benefits&Features Formspider Fundamentals: UI Design, Querying and Modifying Data, Using the API's, Working with the IDE. Sample Application Development with Formspider Every webinar attendee will receive a discount for Formspider developer licenses! :-) 

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PL/SQL Developers! Formspider 1.9 is Out

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We are very excited to announce the availability of Formspider 1.9. Formspider 1.9 has many new features that make building applications with Formspider better than ever.



Beautiful New Themes FS 1.9 includes six beautiful new themes with modern, flat design.
Stateful Database Connections With FS 1.9 applications can now run in a stateful database connection. This enables Formspider developers to use many features of the Oracle Database in their applications such as global variables and global temporary tables.
Moreover, this feature makes migrating existing Oracle Forms applications to Formspider much easier. The code base you’ve worked on for so long assuming a stateful database connection can now be reused in Formspider. Find out more about how you can start using stateful database connections feature in your Formspider applications here. (Hint: It is a single line of code). ROWID Support for DMLFS 1.9 supports Oracle ROWID so that developers can easily issue updates and deletes to dat…