Quick Apps for SharePoint

Code-free SharePoint web parts for rapid application development

With Quick Apps for SharePoint (formerly Web Parts for SharePoint), you can unleash the full potential of SharePoint 2013 and 2010—without relying on expensive development resources for every customization and enhancement. Quick Apps includes easy-to-use SharePoint web parts enabling you to build applications that can be easily supported, maintained and upgraded to ensure their long-term impact and return on investment. Because Quick Apps automates simple or mundane tasks, you can free up SharePoint development resources and satisfy business requirements without costly custom coding. There’s really never been a faster (or easier) way to build custom applications in SharePoint.

Features

For the IT Professional

  • Fast customizationCustomize SharePoint solutions up to 80 percent faster using point-and-click configuration instead of custom code. This configuration approach enables you to accelerate time-to-delivery, meet SLAs and keep users (and your boss) happy.
  • ezEdit configurationSatisfy the most complex business requirements, from interface enhancements to complete solutions, without the need for custom development experience or training.
  • My First AppUse the My First App template, an intuitive, step-by-step wizard enabling you to rapidly configure compelling SharePoint list views and charts in a few simple mouse clicks.
  • Short learning curveGet started quickly building better SharePoint solutions with easy-to-use web parts that include built-in video training and tutorials. You can leverage the collaborative Quick Apps community at www.SharePointforAll.com to discover tips and tricks and best practices from SharePoint peers and Dell experts.

For the IT Manager:

  • Cost containmentRein in budgets by accelerating SharePoint development cycles in order to save time, money and resources on costly enhancements, and maximize your SharePoint investment
  • High user satisfactionEnhance your users’ experience with compelling charts and dashboards, and provide sophisticated forms without costly InfoPath development
  • Empowered usersEmpower end users to make their own customizations confidently without posing risk to the environment, freeing expensive development resources to focus on more value-added projects 

For the Developer:

  • Rapid deliveryAccelerate SharePoint application development cycles using ready-made templates to deliver project management, CRM and help desk applications that are easily supported, maintained and extended
  • Code-free appsBuild applications that you can easily support and maintain – up to 80 percent faster and with no custom coding
  • Better buildExtend applications beyond native capabilities and exceed user expectations with the use of tabular forms to save screen space, parent-child relationships to ensure reliable data entry, and hide/show-when logic to govern what data users can see
  • Simplified upgradesDeliver sophisticated applications that are easily upgraded when new versions of SharePoint are released
  • Easy integrationBring data together from all of your enterprise application systems, such as SQL Server, SAP, Oracle and Salesforce.com, without the hassle of manually copying the data into SharePoint
    • K2 workflow integrationBuild charts and dashboards that provide full visibility of your K2 workflows, including real-time workflow status, and then build rich SharePoint forms that drive business processes – so users can take action on K2 workflows from directly within the SharePoint form

For the Site Owner:

  • Code-free customizationMake your own customizations so you get exactly what you need from SharePoint, when you need it, without depending on IT to build custom code
  • Build-it-your-way Customize your SharePoint experience to precisely fit your needs – whether that means an enhanced UI, compelling charts and dashboards, rich forms or improved navigation

Sys Reqs

System Requirements>

Before installing Quick Apps for SharePoint, ensure your system meets the following minimum hardware and software requirements:

  • Software and hardware requirements for Quick Apps for SharePoint are the same as those for SharePoint.
  • Quick Apps for SharePoint must be installed on one of the web front end servers. It does not have to be installed on all the servers in the farm.
  • Quick Apps for SharePoint requires administrator rights on the SharePoint server during installation. If your SQL Server is located on a different computer than the SharePoint server, ensure that you log in with a domain account that has administrative farm privileges.
  • Although administrative tasks on SharePoint sites are optimized for Internet Explorer 8 or later, Microsoft SharePoint Server also provides rendering support for other browsers that are commonly used. To ensure that you have complete access to all the functionality, we recommend that you use Internet Explorer 8 or later for administrative tasks.

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Quick Apps for SharePoint Bundles

Quick Apps for SharePoint simplifies customization and slashes application development time. It uses a tightly-integrated suite of 21 web parts that are similarly configured to reduce learning curve.

You can buy all 21 web parts together, or in one of three bundles.

Screenshot Tour

Quick Apps for SharePoint - Full Package (21 web parts)

Unlock the full potential of SharePoint by rapidly building sophisticated applications that are easily supported, maintained and upgraded, using data from SharePoint and external systems.

# of Screenshots: 21

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qListView

Quick Apps  for SharePoint – qListView

Simply combine, filter and view data from multiple lists, even across sites, site collections and web applications.

With native web parts, you can only display data from one list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qChartView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qChartView

Create compelling 3-D charts using information from multiple lists – even lists in different sites, site collections and web applications.

The native chart web part is no longer available in SharePoint 2013. Native charting in SharePoint 2010 and previous versions is limited: it displays data from only one list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCalendarView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCalendarView

Combine all your calendars into one view, including data from non-calendar lists.

With native web parts, you can only display data from one calendar or list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qExcelView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qExcelView

View data in Microsoft Excel, based on criteria passed from qListView, even when that data is not shown in the qListView.

When you export to Excel natively, you can only export the currently displayed columns. Often, that’s not enough.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDiscussionView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDiscussionView

Enhance your SharePoint discussions by creating multi-threaded conversations that are easy to follow. View the topic and responses of multiple discussion lists in a single tree view and preview the selected item in a preview panel.

Native discussion boards seem almost to discourage discussion, as threads are poorly displayed and categorized.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDynamicLayout

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDynamicLayout

Display multiple web parts on a page efficiently using tabs to maximize valuable screen real estate, resulting in a clean and flexible site layout that meets your unique business needs.

SharePoint out of the box provides limited layout options for displaying multiple web parts on a page.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qListForm

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qListForm

Create sophisticated, multi-tabbed forms – maximizing valuable screen space – and control which users can access the tabs.

The native list form is extremely linear and not rich enough to accomplish what many need.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSelector

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSelector

Display data from a SharePoint list in a dropdown control.

Natively, there is no selection web part. Custom coding would be required to maintain that selection through the lifetime of the application.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qMultiSelector

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qMultiSelector

View master-detail data in multiple selectors.

Natively, there is no selection web part. Custom coding would be required to maintain that selection through the lifetime of the application.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qItemDisplay

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qItemDisplay

View a single item that has been selected in the qSelector, qListView or qListForm and lock in application variables.

This is not available natively.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qPanelMenu

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qPanelMenu

Easily create and modify dashboards and panels with information from across multiple sites. Configure a collapsible and hierarchical panel menu for more intuitive application navigation.

Natively you can create your panel, but it’s based solely on that site.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCascadingMenu

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCascadingMenu

Create a hierarchical menu system, occupying minimum screen real estate.

Natively, the ability to create these menus is limited to one site.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qManagement

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qManagement

Manage multiple web parts in a site collection centrally from a single view, reducing your time and effort spent on maintenance and updates. You can perform administrative tasks without elevated farm-level permissions, such as quickly searching and filtering on all web part instances to discover where they are being used and who's using them, and making bulk updates to web part properties such as UI elements or skins.

Natively, there are no central administrative capabilities available. Updates across multiple web parts and sites have to be done manually.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qMediaView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qMediaView

Organize pictures, videos and audio files from different sites, site collections and web applications into a centralized list, slide show, gallery or metadata view. This makes it simple for users to play, share and search for media files within SharePoint.

The native web part binds to a single picture library and displays only one image at a time. It is only available in SharePoint Server 2010; whereas qMediaView supports both SharePoint Server and Foundation.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCaption Display

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCaption Display

Display a message from a centralized SharePoint list, enabling you to maintain the content of that message easily.

This is not available natively.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qHelpLink

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qHelpLink

Easily create a link to a help file for your application.

This is not available natively.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qPageRedirector

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qPageRedirector

Redirect a user to a specific page based on the mapping specified in the page redirector list.

This is not available natively.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIListView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIListView

Display data from your external data source in a grid, and execute some actions on the data.

SharePoint 2010 connectivity services are limited when connecting with Oracle or Web Services.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIListForm

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIListForm

Create, view and edit your external data in a form, and save space with the use of tabs.

Out-of-the-box forms are extremely linear and not rich enough to accomplish what many need.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIChartView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIChartView

Display your external data in a compelling 2-D or 3-D chart.

Native charting is limited; it displays data from only one list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSISelector

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSISelector

Display your external data in a dropdown control.

There is no native ability to use an external data set to populate a selector.


Screenshot Tour

Quick Apps for SharePoint - Starter Bundle (6 web parts)

Combine, enhance and view information in relevant and meaningful ways that out-of-the-box SharePoint can’t provide.

# of Screenshots: 6

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qListView

Quick Apps  for SharePoint – qListView

Simply combine, filter and view data from multiple lists, even across sites, site collections and web applications.

With native web parts, you can only display data from one list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qChartView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qChartView

Create compelling 3-D charts using information from multiple lists – even lists in different sites, site collections and web applications.

The native chart web part is no longer available in SharePoint 2013. Native charting in SharePoint 2010 and previous versions is limited: it displays data from only one list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCalendarView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCalendarView

Combine all your calendars into one view, including data from non-calendar lists.

With native web parts, you can only display data from one calendar or list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qExcelView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qExcelView

View data in Microsoft Excel, based on criteria passed from qListView, even when that data is not shown in the qListView.

When you export to Excel natively, you can only export the currently displayed columns. Often, that’s not enough.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDiscussionView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDiscussionView

Enhance your SharePoint discussions by creating multi-threaded conversations that are easy to follow. View the topic and responses of multiple discussion lists in a single tree view and preview the selected item in a preview panel.

Native discussion boards seem almost to discourage discussion, as threads are poorly displayed and categorized.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDynamicLayout

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDynamicLayout

Display multiple web parts on a page efficiently using tabs to maximize valuable screen real estate, resulting in a clean and flexible site layout that meets your unique business needs.

SharePoint out of the box provides limited layout options for displaying multiple web parts on a page.


Screenshot Tour

Quick Apps for SharePoint - Starter Bundle Plus (17 web parts)

Unlock the full potential of SharePoint by rapidly building sophisticated applications that are easily supported, maintained and upgraded, using data from SharePoint and external systems.

# of Screenshots: 17

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qListView

Quick Apps  for SharePoint – qListView

Simply combine, filter and view data from multiple lists, even across sites, site collections and web applications.

With native web parts, you can only display data from one list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qChartView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qChartView

Create compelling 3-D charts using information from multiple lists – even lists in different sites, site collections and web applications.

The native chart web part is no longer available in SharePoint 2013. Native charting in SharePoint 2010 and previous versions is limited: it displays data from only one list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCalendarView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCalendarView

Combine all your calendars into one view, including data from non-calendar lists.

With native web parts, you can only display data from one calendar or list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qExcelView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qExcelView

View data in Microsoft Excel, based on criteria passed from qListView, even when that data is not shown in the qListView.

When you export to Excel natively, you can only export the currently displayed columns. Often, that’s not enough.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDiscussionView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDiscussionView

Enhance your SharePoint discussions by creating multi-threaded conversations that are easy to follow. View the topic and responses of multiple discussion lists in a single tree view and preview the selected item in a preview panel.

Native discussion boards seem almost to discourage discussion, as threads are poorly displayed and categorized.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDynamicLayout

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qDynamicLayout

Display multiple web parts on a page efficiently using tabs to maximize valuable screen real estate, resulting in a clean and flexible site layout that meets your unique business needs.

SharePoint out of the box provides limited layout options for displaying multiple web parts on a page.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qListForm

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qListForm

Create sophisticated, multi-tabbed forms – maximizing valuable screen space – and control which users can access the tabs.

The native list form is extremely linear and not rich enough to accomplish what many need.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSelector

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSelector

Display data from a SharePoint list in a dropdown control.

Natively, there is no selection web part. Custom coding would be required to maintain that selection through the lifetime of the application.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qMultiSelector

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qMultiSelector

View master-detail data in multiple selectors.

Natively, there is no selection web part. Custom coding would be required to maintain that selection through the lifetime of the application.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qItemDisplay

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qItemDisplay

View a single item that has been selected in the qSelector, qListView or qListForm and lock in application variables.

This is not available natively.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qPanelMenu

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qPanelMenu

Easily create and modify dashboards and panels with information from across multiple sites. Configure a collapsible and hierarchical panel menu for more intuitive application navigation.

Natively you can create your panel, but it’s based solely on that site.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCascadingMenu

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCascadingMenu

Create a hierarchical menu system, occupying minimum screen real estate.

Natively, the ability to create these menus is limited to one site.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qManagement

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qManagement

Manage multiple web parts in a site collection centrally from a single view, reducing your time and effort spent on maintenance and updates. You can perform administrative tasks without elevated farm-level permissions, such as quickly searching and filtering on all web part instances to discover where they are being used and who's using them, and making bulk updates to web part properties such as UI elements or skins.

Natively, there are no central administrative capabilities available. Updates across multiple web parts and sites have to be done manually.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qMediaView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qMediaView

Organize pictures, videos and audio files from different sites, site collections and web applications into a centralized list, slide show, gallery or metadata view. This makes it simple for users to play, share and search for media files within SharePoint.

The native web part binds to a single picture library and displays only one image at a time. It is only available in SharePoint Server 2010; whereas qMediaView supports both SharePoint Server and Foundation.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCaption Display

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qCaption Display

Display a message from a centralized SharePoint list, enabling you to maintain the content of that message easily.

This is not available natively.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qHelpLink

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qHelpLink

Easily create a link to a help file for your application.

This is not available natively.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qPageRedirector

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qPageRedirector

Redirect a user to a specific page based on the mapping specified in the page redirector list.

This is not available natively.


Screenshot Tour

Quick Apps for SharePoint - System Integration bundle (4 web parts)

Connect with external systems, such as SQL Server, SAP, Oracle and Salesforce.com, without the time-consuming burden of manually copying external data into SharePoint. The enables users to view, create and edit data from anywhere in the organization within SharePoint.

# of Screenshots: 4

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIListView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIListView

Display data from your external data source in a grid, and execute some actions on the data.

SharePoint 2010 connectivity services are limited when connecting with Oracle or Web Services.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIListForm

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIListForm

Create, view and edit your external data in a form, and save space with the use of tabs.

Out-of-the-box forms are extremely linear and not rich enough to accomplish what many need.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIChartView

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSIChartView

Display your external data in a compelling
2-D or 3-D chart.

Native charting is limited; it displays data from only one list at a time.

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSISelector

Quick Apps for SharePoint – qSISelector

Display your external data in a dropdown control.

There is no native ability to use an external data set to populate a selector.

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