SpiderBasic is an affordable yet powerful programming language with a fair update policy. There are different prices for different audiences, all coming with a royality-free license for programs created with SpiderBasic. The free version of SpiderBasic (limited to small webapps) is available for download for everyone, you can get it on the download section.

Registering SpiderBasic gives you access to full-sized webapps, the three versions of SpiderBasic (Linux, Windows and OS X) will be immediately available on your online account. There is also an exclusive access for registered users to forthcoming beta version if you want to test it before official release.

Thank you to consider using SpiderBasic for your rich webapps development !

    • Single
    • Single user

      49
    • Only for individual
      and small company (up to 20 employees)
    • Single user license
    • Includes all updates for one year
    • Royality-free license
    • Online account created immediately
    • Order Now
    • School
    • Educational

      199
    • Only for educational purpose
      For a whole class room
    • License for class room including teacher
    • Includes all updates for one year
    • Royality-free license
    • Online account created immediately
    • Order Now
    • Site
    • Company site

      499
    • Only for large company
      (more than 20 employees)
    • Global license for any number of users
    • Includes all updates for one year
    • Royality-free license
    • Online account created immediately
    • Order Now

Do you have a question ?

How fast is the delivering?

If your payment has been granted, the account is created automatically and a mail is sent to your e-mail address. Be sure to check your spam folder, as it sometimes goes in it. If you haven't recieved it after one hour, feel free to contact us: support@spiderbasic.com

If I don't renew my license, can I keep using my older version and continue developping and publishing app with it ?

Yes, absolutely.

Can I use the free version to publish webapps ?

Yes, you can do what you want with the apps created with the free version of SpiderBasic.