ERROS creates HTML and JavaScript on the fly for all applications, using the ERROS Standard Operator Interface (SOI) which generated these two very different screens instantly, in response to operator requests in two totally different applications. ERROS does not use SQL. There is no stored HTML in ERROS. Developers do not require any HTML skills and no text mark up is required. The layout of both screens, the text and background colours and the sizes to which the images, including the Google Map, are displayed, are defined in the ERROS database. Banners and logos can be added if required. The first screen shows the initial display for Boarstall Tower, the home of ERROS, and is from STIPPLE, a very advanced application for recording history. This was created incrementally using ERROS without any database schema design and without programming. As all data and application definitions, as well as screen and printed report layouts, are stored in the ERROS Connectionist Database, there are no compiled ERROS applications. This screen has 29 navigable, bi-directional links including the images but, as all ERROS applications allow variable length records (without "Null" values) with repeating attributes or fields, there are no limits to the number of links or images. The Google map works just as it would if it had been retrieved using Google Maps in a browser directly. If the operator presses or clicks on Enter, ERROS will display further information about the building as has been defined in STIPPLE.

The screen below is from an inventory application and was generated on the fly using exactly the same ERROS Standard Operating Interface as the previous screen. The column widths will expand automatically if the values are larger. Selecting any one of the records will lead to other information about it, such as orders received, etc., or it can be edited or deleted.