Hi team,

I've accessed the SABRS appl from here: http://osqa.theformspider.com/questions/190/application-size-reusability

It looks fantastic! Great work.

Would it be possible to access the source somehow? At this stage, I am unable to replicate the "Event Finder" form which is exactly what I'm after. Is it one panel or many, why a colon (:) and a dot (.) is in the next row sometimes, etc, etc...

Would be a great learning curve accessing a real application.

Thank you.


asked 20 Mar '14, 23:42

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edited 20 Mar '14, 23:54

Hi Drazen,

Actually, I would not recommend looking at the source code of that application at all. It was built several years ago when Formspider had a lot less features. I think downloading and installing the source code of the reference application is a great way to start with Formspider.

After working with the source code of that app, if you still have questions, please feel free to ask them here.

One caveat though: The reference application does not use the atest security repository features. So please ignore the way it handles security. We'll update the reference app at a later time so that it uses the security features in 1.7 .

Kind Regards,


answered 21 Mar '14, 05:21

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edited 21 Mar '14, 05:22

Thanks for your time (which must be a significant part of your daily routine:) Will do.




answered 21 Mar '14, 07:41

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