Iron Speed Releases SharePoint Tool for Developers

Build complete, database-driven SharePoint applications without programming

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Software development tools maker Iron Speed, Inc. released Iron Speed Designer Version 7.1, the newest version of its Web 2.0 application development tool. Iron Speed Designer generates database applications for the .NET, Cloud, and Microsoft SharePoint environments.

Features include:

  • SharePoint 2010 Application Generation: In Iron Speed Designer V7.1, users can generate Microsoft SharePoint 2010 applications straight from an existing database. Generated applications run inside and are fully integrated with SharePoint. No knowledge of ASPX, .NET, or SharePoint APIs is required.

  • Integrated SharePoint Application Security: Generated applications include integrated SharePoint application security. SharePoint sites and their groups are used to retrieve security roles. Iron Speed Designer validates the user against a Microsoft SharePoint server on your network by retrieving the logged in user's credentials from the SharePoint context.

  • Enhanced IDE Support: V7.1 provides support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. Application code generated by Iron Speed Designer is designed to work directly with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. You are not required to use Microsoft Visual Studio; Each product has its benefits and they complement each other.

Iron Speed Designer Version 7.1 runs on Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 and 2008. It generates .NET Web applications for Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Microsoft Access, and MySQL. These applications may be deployed on any machine running the .NET Framework. Iron Speed Designer supports Microsoft SharePoint 2007 and 2010 and Windows SharePoint Services (WSS3).

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