Why are people so shocked by how much custom software development costs?
A sampler of labor-saving code and cool usability enhancements. Includes QuickDate, a “Quicken-style” method of using keys to increment date fields by day, week, month and year, and some handy name and address concatenation functions. Comes with a form demonstrating most of the tools – look in the code for more! Access MDB, 48k.
Have you ever wanted a simple way to modify part of a SQL Statement in your VBA code? With these J Street functions, you can easily replace the Where and Order By clauses of any SQL Statement. This enables you to reuse query definitions, manipulate rowsource properties, and use passthrough queries with more flexibility. Leave the main part of the query unchanged – just change the selection and sorting! We use these routines in every Access application we build. Just paste the VBA text into a new Module named basJStreetSQLTools. Text file, 3K.
The whole process of finding a developer can be paralyzing. How do you even start? Search Google? For what? Software developer; application developer; web developer; database developer? That’ll net you a huge list for sure, but then what? How do you choose the right developer? The whole prospect can feel like a crapshoot; one made all the more perilous when you consider that giant stack of chips riding on your choice.
At J Street Technology, we’ve been working with clients for over 20 years. In that time, we’ve developed some recommendations on the topic. We hope you find our checklist useful: http://jstreettech.com/how-to-choose.aspx
Did you know that J Street offers FREE downloads for our fellow developers? If you use a download for commercial purposes all we ask is that you keep the J Street Technology references in the code.
This is a great way to provide custom reports to your users without spending a lot of development time. Allows selection and ordering of report sections, with the ability to save the layouts for others to use. Includes an article in Word and a sample database, 388k. :