I am doing something here that I absolutely hate – learn something new.
Despite my previous blog series: Access 2010 Web Databases: How Can I Put My Access Database On The Web?, I have steadfastly ignored Access Web Applications. Mostly, it’s been a matter of them being irrelevant to what I do in Access.
But I’ve decided it’s time to address the matter. Since I don’t know anything about them (other than in theory), I decided to share my journey. If you care to follow along, I’d be glad to have you.
A note on the series: This topic is by nature, sequential. But since blogs sequence backwards, it can make it confusing. Therefore, I’m going to use this initial post as an index for the series. I’ll update it as the series progresses. I strongly suggest that where ever you enter this series, you go back to the beginning.
How can I put my Access 2013 database on the web?