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AlbertKallal
post Mar 1 2019, 06:25 PM
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I think for someone with VBA and Access experience then the free Edition of Visual Studio express is the path of least effort.

You get a VBA like language (vb.net). You get a program editor very much like VBA.

Visual studio installs and sets up a web server for you (so you can local develop).

So with this setup you off to the races with some great built in web site templates.

and simply install SQL express. The free edition of Visual Studio has all the features of the paid edition (they are the same except for very few features - none that really matter).

Likely one of the best free IDE's you can get.

see this post of mine here on UA:

https://www.UtterAccess.com/forum/index.php...2050957&hl=

In above (you have to read into the threads I show both a Access report and then the same in Visual Studio. And I show a Access form and then a web Visual Studio form.

Albert D. Kallal (Access MVP 2003-2017)
Edmonton, Alberta Canada



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stevep
post Mar 2 2019, 08:14 AM
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That's pretty interesting. I haven't heard of Front Page for years, not that I understand anything about web databases anyway:)

Oops, didn't notice there was a page 2 on the thread. I am referring to the countyrealty post.
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