Cambridge, MA, March 9, 2020 – Pagos, Inc. has just announced the release of SpreadsheetWEB 6.16, introducing a Connector feature that allows sending documents to a OneDrive folder, and assign predefined icons to application pages.
Connectors, first introduced almost a year ago, have been allowing SpreadsheetWEB users to create API connections to send data from web applications to popular third-party services. Connectors have been making it easier to integrate payments, CRM systems, and even other SpreadsheetWEB applications. With version 6.16, SpreadsheetWEB now also features a OneDrive Connector.
Businesses, as well as individuals use Microsoft’s OneDrive widely for storing and sharing files over the cloud. With the addition of the OneDrive Connector, files generated inside a SpreadsheetWEB application, such as Word, PDF, or Excel documents can now be sent into a predetermined folder in the user’s OneDrive account. This feature aims to make it easier for users to keep all their files in one location.
Also introduced with version 6.16 is the ability to associate application pages with icons. You can now select from hundreds of icon templates available in the Designer Interface. The selected images are displayed next to the page names during run-time, and you can also remove page names altogether and use icons instead. Icons can substantially declutter the web interface, and offer more information about specific sections of an application in a smaller area.
“You don’t have to have any coding knowledge to use SpreadsheetWEB - This has always been our motto. To this end, we have introduced the connectors module a while ago to allow business users create API connections, without writing a single line of code. OneDrive is a popular cloud service utilized by many businesses today, and we are thrilled to add this connector into our repertoire.” says Ugur Kadakal, CEO of Pagos, and continues “We hope that the page icons feature added in this version will give our users even more flexibility when creating elegant web applications. This feature can be especially useful in mobile-heavy web applications where screen real estate carries even more importance.”
Pagos helps businesses translate their employees’ collective Microsoft Excel expertise into robust web applications, empowering them to create secure, responsive, database-driven applications directly from their Excel spreadsheets. This provides companies with a higher level of governance for critical information and – combined with built-in workflow and reporting capabilities – offers an end-to-end platform for business users seeking to create and manage their own web applications.