Creating a SharePoint App with Microsoft Access Services


The new Microsoft Access has all the tools needed to get data-centric applications up and running quickly on Microsoft SharePoint in a professional new application interface without any development knowledge required. See how Access hides the normal complexities of creating a relational database (i.e., rules, schema, views) by having you just input what you would like to track and then launch a SQL-backed app on SharePoint. Users are able to view and manipulate the data in a completed device tracking app for SharePoint within a few minutes. You then build this same tracking app from scratch using Access 2013 with Access Services. Once complete, you will see your app running in a browser and be able to share it. "


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