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Iron Speed Rolls Out Version 7.0; Generates SharePoint Apps



Iron Speed has released Iron Speed Designer 7.0, the latest version of its Web 2.0 application generator. Iron Speed Designer generates interactive database and reporting applications for .NET, Microsoft SharePoint and the Cloud.

In addition to .NET applications, Iron Speed Designer 7.0 generates database-driven SharePoint applications. The ability to quickly create database-driven applications for SharePoint eliminates a lot of work, helping IT departments generate productivity-enhancing applications in just a few hours. Generated applications include integrated SharePoint application security and use SharePoint master pages.

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. Version 7.0 creates SharePoint Solution Packages (WSPs) for application deployment. Using the Deployment Wizard, a single application WSP is created and can be deployed to your SharePoint server.

In Version 7.0, generated applications use SharePoint master pages and contain the same content as other SharePoint pages. Generated applications use the current SharePoint color scheme and display standard SharePoint navigation controls on each page.


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