I just tried to download the new version but i noticed the 30 days period.

If 30 days lapsed. Can I still used it for futher training and learning?

This reminds me with other IDE like MS VB.net, powerbuilder, and others.

asked 30 Apr '13, 13:23

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Hi Cheysenn,

After the 30-Day trial period ends, Formspider IDE will stop functioning. You may still run the applications you built but you will not be able to use the IDE to develop applications.

Best, Yalim

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answered 30 Apr '13, 15:29

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I see.

How about those beginning/still to learn FS?

Should you offer a limited functions or cannot be upload versions to any server just only for educational purposes not a limited period? I mean just development mode, not deployment mode. Lisense for $599 is considered high to a learner and small time programmer, I mean self employed specially to a 3rd world country. Can you consider to add also a lisence only on the company which buy the application build on FS?

30 days is not enough it takes longer than that to be a expert as you mention one of your blog.

Its nice if you can consider this.

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answered 01 May '13, 02:39

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Hi Cheysenn,

You can always continue learning Formspider on our Cloud service for free.

The majority of the feedback we received indicates that Formspider is now very affordable. Our pricing is actually cheaper than most next generation development tools in the market.

I think a 30 day local trial in addition to an unlimited Cloud trial provides ample opportunity to evaluate Formspider.

Kind Regards, Yalim

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answered 01 May '13, 03:33

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