Welcome to the Access Junkie web site!
| ||This site focuses on Access 2013, Access 2010, and Access 2007 information || |
Access 2013 is one of the biggest releases in Access history in my opinion. With Access 2013, you can now create Access Services web apps built on top of SharePoint 2013 and SQL Server 2012. If you use Office 365 to host your Access web apps, your data is all stored within a SQL Azure database. If you use an on-premise SharePoint 2013 server, your web app data resides in a SQL Server 2012 database. Your app users can use your app inside their web browser. Access 2013 web app Data Macros that you can use to attach business logic to your tables create SQL Triggers and SQL Stored Procedures. Access 2013 web apps also include a new design surface for the views (forms) you use for data entry. The new Autocomplete and Related Items controls make searching and displaying related data much easier on your views. The new List Details views and Summary views within Access web apps are unique ways to display your data within your web browser. There is a lot to learn about Access web apps and my new Access 2013 Inside Out book is packed full of information concerning the new web apps..
Review the links on the left side for lots of information on all the cool features of Access 2013 (new links coming soon), Access 2010, as well as information on Access 2007.
If you thought Access 2010 web databases were interesting, wait till you see Access 2013 web apps!
Click the video below to view a demo of my Access Services web application built in Access 2010.
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