Where is the FS mobile? How to download it?

What are the plans for the mobile version? What are we to respond to our customers, which we promised to the mobile version?

asked 04 Jun '15, 04:30

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Hello Team, we are also interested regarding the roadmap for the mobile

(11 Apr '18, 08:21) viktorK

Hi Anatoly,

Formsipder Mobile is alive and well. We've been working with a Dutch customer to build several mobile applications. Unfortunately, we did not have the time to prepare a Formspider version which includes Formspider Mobile. Hopefully, we'll get to it ASAP. For now the good news is that we have applications in production and a success story. The customer we are working with is presenting their success story at the Dutch Oracle User Group Conference this June: https://www.nloug.nl/techex/abstracts/#742

(12 Apr '18, 01:16) Yalim ♦♦

This is the correct link for the conference presentation: https://www.nloug.nl/techex/abstracts/#742

(12 Apr '18, 01:18) Yalim ♦♦

Hi all,

We used Formspider Mobile to develop the PLANMYSPORT APP which is available in 14 versions (more are following soon) in the Apple iStore and Google appStore.

The users can view PLANMYSPORT by Example videos on this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvPRnQRlq1I&list=PLlFRnQEbb7u4w68leR6FCnVDuJbR8MlZK&index=17.

Sorry, they are all in Dutch, however they will certainly give you a good impression about the incredible possibilities of Formspider Mobile. Look at the previews in the appstores - every "clone" has its unique styling!

We are developing PLUGINs with Formspider Mobile as well. A plugin is something like a Portlet: it shows data from the database on any website. The Dutch Padel Academy has the first plugin live currently: see on https://www.padelacademy.nl/trainingenenprijzen.

In the Dutch Oracle User Group Tech Conference Yalim mentions above, i will mainly focus on the migration from Forms applications to Formspider applications. Presentation is on Thursday June 7th. In English so everybody is welcome!

Kind regards, Jan Willem Vermeer


answered 27 May '18, 03:55

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