The basic idea is that the Form Viewer app only renders the form. Where the results should be stored
is under your own control. Just pass an RDF document on the URL that tells the Form Viewer app where to
read and store the RDF data. On the GitHub project page there are many examples.
by the Curriculum Vitae form in a nice layout. This is the code that renders my personal CV.
Acme Base is an app for developers. It provides a basic
example how to login into a Solid pod and say "Hello World".
Acme Container is an app for developers. It provides a basic
example how to show a directory/file tree of Solid resources.
Acme Plugin is a Chrome extension that adds a context menu
to your page, links and images to open them in various Solid apps.
Other Solid Apps
There are other apps that a often use the manage Solid pods. A few I would like to mention:
Bashlib or should I say "Bashliiiiib!". This is
a great command line tool created by Ruben Dedecker to do all the Unix
like commands on pods such as: ls, cp, rm, cat, edit (Vi!).
It can be used for any Solid Pod, but with
Solid CSS you get the extra tooling to provide login session that are loooong (using special cryptographyic tokens).
PodPro is a VSCode clone plus with an extra file browser attached.