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Iron Speed Database Apps Go Mobile


This week sees news of the Iron Speed Designer web 2.0 application development tool for database applications in .NET, Microsoft SharePoint, and cloud environments. Newly released, this product aims to help provide "real-time access to information" on mobile devices by leveraging Iron Speed Designer's enterprise architecture.

"Iron Speed has recognized the need for simple, direct access to critical business applications and data regardless of where they are located," said Alan Fisher, chairman of Iron Speed, Inc. "This new mobile solution focuses on giving instant access anytime, anywhere."

To simplify and improve application development, the latest version of Iron Speed Designer includes full-text database search capability, enhanced charting features, and updated framework support.

According to chairman Alan Fisher's blog, Iron Speed Designer is a quick way to build database applications for the Web, the cloud, and SharePoint. Developers point to an existing database and let Iron Speed Designer create a web 2.0 interface that is customizable and ready to deploy.


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