Amazing Web Applications with PL/SQL and Formspider


In the good old days, dynamic web applications were created using cgi-bin and C. Yes, C as in pre-C++. Today, this might seem odd or even crazy. But why not. And why not create a website using PL/SQL? Check out Formspider, a web framework that connects AJAX requests directly with PL/SQL stored procedure calls. For instance, to generate charts:

http://theformspider.com/API/api_chart.html

Intrigued? Me too! 😉

11 thoughts on “Amazing Web Applications with PL/SQL and Formspider

  1. Your point is well taken. I guess the reason I am so liberal with my comments is that Apex is owned by Oracle. They are big boys. They can take it. They should have done better. I would act differently if Apex was a startup or a small company.

    The numbers are for trial downloads and trial Cloud sign ups. We don’t have that many paying customers yet.

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