HTML5 mobile apps development Microsoft
For hundreds of thousands of MS Access developers the following question is on their minds: "I have a Microsoft Access app and need to take it to the web and mobile devices, what is going to be my fastest and most cost effective option?" To put it simply, the answer is "Alpha Anywhere!"
We're hearing again and again that Alpha Anywhere is the product that Microsoft should have built—but didn't—for rapidly building web and mobile apps. While leaving your desktop applications in place, Alpha Anywhere lets you build secure, responsive HTML5 and Hybrid (HTML5/PhoneGap) web and mobile applications that tie directly to your Microsoft Access data—applications that run smoothly on all browsers and mobile platforms from a single codebase.
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Alpha Anywhere makes migrating MS Access to the cloud child's play for SaaS provider.
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Enterprise MS Access application goes mobile with Alpha Anywhere.
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“ I came from a Microsoft Access VB background and wanted to leverage what I already knew [to build web and mobile applications]. I found Alpha and found it was a great fit." -Customer, Dion McCormick,
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Learn how things are done in Alpha for web and mobile develoment in contrast to what you're used to with Access. If you currently use Access, or have in the past, then this webinar will help you to become productive quickly with Alpha Anywhere. Watch the free webinar →
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