New white paper shows Microsoft Access developers how to migrate desktop applications to the Web with Alpha Five
It's no secret that some Microsoft Access developers are disappointed with the options they're given to deploy an application to the cloud in Microsoft Access 2010. I've written a few blog posts on it and we even jumped deeper into developers' options in the white paper, "Web-enabling Microsoft Access: A cost/benefit analysis for developers considering Access 2010."
Now we've taken it one step further. For Microsoft Access developers who want to get their desktop applications on the Web, download Alpha Software's newest white paper, "Alpha Five Web Applications for Access Developers."
This 57-page, hands-on tutorial shows Access developers how to move a MSFT Access desktop application to the Web with Alpha Five Version 10 or later. It's penned by Dr. Martin Heller, Alpha Software's VP of Education and Technology. He demonstrates how easy it is to do by walking you through the process step by step.
For the Access developers still on the fence about migrating your Access desktop application to the Web with Alpha Five, still give the white paper a read. You don't have to follow along on your computer, but I believe it will be a valuable resource to hold on to for when you're ready to make the switch.