Part I: Getting Started
Perhaps the most intimidating aspect of building databound web-based applications is the number of HTML pages and forms needed for users to create, retrieve, update, and delete records in the underlying database tables.
While all of these pages are necessary (they’re the heart of most usage), the work to produce them is probably the most boring. There’s not much difference between one form and the next, and each form, on its own, is rarely interesting. The volume of pages that need to be created and the mundane nature of the task combine to mute the enthusiasm of even the most gung-ho developer. Perhaps this is why developers use the derogatory term “CRUD” (Create / Retrieve / Update / Delete) to describe these pages.
Iron Speed Designer can largely eliminate such mind-numbing work. Beyond this, Iron Speed Designer can also assist in enforcing corporate standards. Once the appropriate templates have been set up, every application that utilizes these templates automatically incorporates any features included in the template.
Iron Speed Designer automates the production of repetitive pages through the use of templates. Many standard templates in a variety of page styles are included with the product. You can either adopt of these standard designs, or create your own.

Part II: Customizing Your Application
Setting Database Field Properties in the Databases Tab.
The Data Sources Tab
Customizing Database Queries with the Query Wizard
Database and Data Model Enhancement
Configuring Full Text Search
Configuring Application Security
Configuring Your System for Application Security
Localizing (Internationalizing) Your Application
The Batch Meister Wizard
Configuring Application Generation Options
Configuring an Email Server Connection
Application Scalability and Performance
Debugging Applications
Working with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

Part III: Configuring Component Properties
Page Properties
Code Generation Tags
Button Actions and Properties
Using URL Parameters

Part IV: Formulas
Common Formula Examples
Mathematical Functions
Boolean Functions
String Functions
DateTime Functions
Formatting Functions
Data Conversion Functions
Information Functions
Session, Cookie, URL and Other Functions
Database Functions
Table Control-Level Functions
Record Control-Level Functions

Part V: Customizing Application Code
Code Customization Tutorial
Extending Applications with the Code Customization Wizard
Application Class Hierarchy
Customizing Application Security
Sending Email from an Application
PDF Report Customization
Microsoft Word Report Customization
Export to Excel Customization
Crystal Reports Application Development and Deployment
Code Customization Examples

Part VI: Deploying Applications Into Production
Deploying Applications with the Deployment Wizard
Publishing A Deployment Package
MSI Installer Deployment
SharePoint Solution Package (WSP) Deployment
Manually Deploying an Application to a Production Server
Deploying to Application Hosting Service Providers
Deploying to Cloud Providers
Configuring the Microsoft .NET Framework
Deployment Utility Programs
Creating a Virtual Directory for Your Application
Configuring Database Authentication for Microsoft SQL Server Applications
Configuring the Microsoft IIS Web Server
The ASP.NET Development Server
ActiveReports Configuration and Deployment

Part VII: Troubleshooting Applications
Application Will Not Run
Application Runs But No Data is Displayed
Application Error Messages
Installation Error Messages
Application Generation and Compilation Error Messages
SharePoint Application Deployment Error Messages

Part VIII: Reference
System Requirements
Troubleshooting Iron Speed Designer Installation

Part IX: Application Migration
Application Migration
Version 10.1.0 Application Migration

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