Each API call accepts a parameter called "udata". This parameter is passed back in the XML response. You can create an application with a single client side XSL stylesheet that displays data differently depending on the value of the udata parameter.
In QuickBase we call what you refer to as a dependency, a relationship. A relationship always involves two tables.
In the example above one of the tables would be a table of users. The users table would have a field for email address and a field for phone number. The users table, in this relationship, is the master table.
The Google toolbar now has a spell check feature that works really well on web forms. This means that you can do spell checking when adding or editing records in QuickBase. The Google toolbar is available from:
In the July 2011 release, we introduced a QuickBase feature called Copy Master and Detail Records. Use this feature to add a button to a master table that either copies the master record with its detail records, or imports a set of detail records into a different master record. QuickBase maintains relationships and dependencies when copying or importing the records.
QuickBase has usually less than 8 hours per year downtime for scheduled maintenance. This breaks down to about 5-20 minutes a month, typically. Our service page denotes any current service interruptions as well as a history of last month's service status.