We're excited to announce the public release of Quick Apps for SharePoint 6.1, Dell's powerful set of SharePoint web parts for enabling code-free customization.
There are two big stories in the latest version of Quick Apps (formerly Web Parts for SharePoint):
1) Quick Apps now supports SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Foundation 2013 environments.
With Microsoft's public release of SharePoint 2013 earlier this year, we're finding that many customers are considering a move to the new platform sooner rather than later. Dell's migration solutions supported SharePoint 2013 the moment beta code was released from Microsoft last summer. And now our Quick Apps 6.1 product offers tremendous opportunities for both existing Dell customers as well as new ones!
- Existing Quick Apps customers on SharePoint 2007 or SharePoint 2010 can rest easy knowing that their Quick Apps solutions will be easily upgraded to and supprted on SharePoint 2013. You don't need to bring in expensive development resources to do any testing or write any new code. We've taken on the upgrade burden for you!
- Customers who are upgrading to SharePoint 2013 can leverage Quick Apps to maximize the ROI of their new environment immediately by delivering powerful custom solutions that extend far beyond the capabilities of out-of-the-box SharePoint.
Stay tuned to the SharePoint for All community for videos showing Quick Apps in action with SharePoint 2013.
2) Quick Apps system integration (SI) web parts now seamlessly integrate with Dell Boomi
By integrating with Dell Boomi, you can connect with any combination of cloud applications (e.g., Salesforce.com) and on-premises applications (e.g., SQL Server), and then view, edit and filter this data from within a rich, customizable SharePoint interface. For more information on this new feature, check out page 13 of the attached SI Developer Guide. You can also learn more about Dell Boomi at https://boomi.com/.
Good luck with your SharePoint customization projects, and enjoy Quick Apps 6.1!