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Integrating Complex Spreadsheet Calculations with SalesForce

Repost from Medium Since basically everyone is an Excel user in today’s business world, many companies, naturally rely on spreadsheets to create pricing tools for their sales people. Excel offers thousands of features that makes this process…

What’s New in Version 4.8

Businesses today have to rely on Microsoft Excel for their data tasks, because it has an easy learning curve and tons of readily available tools to create a complicated model. SpreadsheetWEB is the ultimate supplement to Excel; it plugs in…

Zero to Mobile Application in Seconds

If you have been following our posts, you probably already know how to create mobile pages or native mobile apps using SpreadsheetWEB. Until now, we’ve been focusing on implementing calculators, quoting tools and other…

App Development Today: From Excel to Native Mobile App

Smartphones and mobile devices changed the way we interact with software. Now; everything is more accessible, every transaction is faster, information is more readily available. Details are gone; all that is left is a…

Decoupling Business Logic with Excel-based Microservices

Most applications, albeit web-based or otherwise, incorporate some resemblance of business logic – “the part of the program that encodes the real-world business rules that determine how data can be created, displayed, stored, and changed.”[1] Not only do these rules...

What’s New in Version 4.7

SpreadsheetWEB allows users to create a user interface (UI) directly from their workbook. While this is a very powerful feature and requires no programming experience, you are limited to a user interface that mirrors the look and feel of…