Stadium Designer

The Stadium Designer is a Windows desktop application that lets you design and generate professional web applications in minutes.

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Create a basic application

Design complete applications

Web applications have 3 main objectives:

  1. Content.
  2. Present (display) the content in a visually appealing and user friendly way.
  3. Enable users to perform specific actions.


This is how Stadium helps you design complete applications:

1  Content        2  Presentation   3  User interaction



Design applications fast

A typical design process:


1  Connect to your data
            Add a connector and queries or functions to retrieve data from a database, web service or file.


2  Design how you want to present your data
            Add pages to your application, then drag-and-drop controls (labels, textboxes, data grids, drop-downs and other form fields) onto your pages.


3  Assign the data to your controls
            Create event handlers consisting of scripts, actions, queries or functions that will assign data to your controls when specific events are triggered,
            e.g. when a page loads (event), the event handler could include a SQL query and a SetValue action to assign data to a textbox control.


4  Add functionality for users to interact with your data
            Create event handlers consisting of scripts, actions, queries or functions that will execute when specific events are triggered by users,
            e.g. when a user clicks a button, the event handler could include a SQL query to insert form field values into a database.