A Summer of Forms

Dear Formspider Users,

As a beautiful summer comes to a close in the northern hemisphere, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for trying out Formspider, the Web 2.0 framework for PL/SQL developers.

This has been the most amazing summer in my life, by far. I’ve met with many brilliant PL/SQL developers around the world. We exchanged ideas, solved problems. This encouraged my teammates and me even more to further improve Formspider. We are determined more than ever to build the best Web 2.0 framework for PL/SQL developers. However, we cannot accomplish this task unless we communicate with our users. Today, I invite you to let us know what new features you want us to implement in the next releases of Formspider. Please, visit our feedback page now and vote on the many proposals our users made or make your own suggestions.

Formspider made a great start to what I hope is going to be a long wonderful journey. I hope we were able to help you along the way. If we were not, tell us what we can do better. We’ll try harder this fall.

Thanks for a great summer.

Sincerely,

Yalim K. Gerger

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3 Comments.

  1. hi,
    it is posible to take in consideration also the posibility to add eventsat run time?
    http://osqa.theformspider.com/questions/66/events-at-run-time

    thanks,
    bsd

  2. hi,
    i’m thinking to be more dynamic in construction;
    in this way you can add programmatic new widgets in a form.
    to be complex widgets should also have some events attached.
    in my opinion this by adding this dynamism, will be a very cool features.

    regards,
    bsd

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