Publish MVC Database First site to Azure. Using MVC, Entity Framework, and ASP.NET Scaffolding, you can create a web application that provides an interface to an existing database.
This tutorial series shows you how to automatically generate code that enables users to display, edit, create, and delete data that resides in a database table. The generated code corresponds to the columns in the database table. This part of the series focuses on publishing the web app and database to Azure. You can read this topic to learn about publishing a web app and database, but to actually perform the steps you must start at the beginning of the tutorial. See Getting Started. Deploy your web app on Azure You need an Azure account to complete this tutorial: To publish your web app, right-click the project and select Publish. Select Microsoft Azure Websites. If you are not signed in to Azure, provide your Azure account credentials. Create a unique name for your web app. Your connection values are now all set. Click Next.
Introducing Send Email in Access 2013 web apps. One of the top feature requests we’ve heard from customers using Access 2013 web apps hosted inside Office 365 is the need to be able to send emails from their apps.
We listened and today we’re proud to announce that a new feature called “Send Email” is available to all of our customers using Office 365 with Access Services. Now you can send emails from your Access 2013 web apps to other members of your organization! Look for this feature in your web apps soon and try it out. In order to see and use this new feature, you need to update Access: you must be using Access 2013 that has a minimum build number of 15.0.4649.1000. Once your Office 365 site has the new Send Email feature work turned on, and you’re using the minimum Access 2013 build, you’ll see the new SendEmail macro action in the Action Catalog when you’re designing data macros. How does the Send Email feature work? Next, the data macro looks up the company name for the order and assigns that to a local variable as well. Create a developer site on an existing Office 365 subscription. An Office 365 Developer Site makes it easier to get set up and start creating, testing, and deploying your Office and SharePoint Add-ins more quickly.
Many Office 365 Business, Enterprise, Education, and Government subscriptions include a site template you can use to create a Developer Site. Last modified: September 17, 2015. What is the differences between Access Hosting's SharePoint and Office 365. I was recently having a very good chat with a potential customer that had some very good questions regarding Access and Office 365.
This person already had an Access app and was looking to share it online in the browser and was thinking that SharePoint was the best solution but was confused about what they needed exactly since they had an Office 365 plan with a few users with just email and a few more with Sharepoint and more. It was such a good conversation that I thought it would be good to clarify some of the differences between Office 365 and our SharePoint 2013 Enterprise hosting plan for Access Web Databases and Web apps. Cost Savings over Office 365 The most confusing part of the comparison is that the varying plans for Office 365 are quite confusing in and of themselves. Office 365 is a sort of all encompassing term used to describe a lot of different products from Microsoft.
Access Services 2013 and 2010 running Side by Side. Office Dev Center - Getting Started. Office 365: Bind and manipulate data in a SharePoint Access app in C# for Visual Studio 2013. Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC 5. This tutorial will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET MVC 5 web app using Visual Studio 2013.
Download the completed project. This tutorial was written by Scott Guthrie (twitter@scottgu ), Scott Hanselman (twitter: @shanselman ), and Rick Anderson ( @RickAndMSFT ) Visual Studio. Microsoft Visual Studio. Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft.
It is used to develop computer programs for Microsoft Windows, as well as web sites, web applications and web services. Visual Studio uses Microsoft software development platforms such as Windows API, Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Store and Microsoft Silverlight. It can produce both native code and managed code. Before Visual Studio 2015, Commercial versions of Visual Studio were available for free to students via Microsoft's DreamSpark program, when only commercial versions supported plugins. Starting with Visual Studio 2015, Microsoft provides "Community" editions of its Visual Studio at no cost to any one, where Community edition supports installing plugins.
Architecture Visual Studio does not support any programming language, solution or tool intrinsically; instead, it allows the plugging of functionality coded as a VSPackage. Features Code editor Free Dev Tools - Visual Studio Community 2015. Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC 5. Rick-Anderson/MvcMovie5.