Access moving solution to web based version

Murray Brown
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I have developed an Access solution in Office 2019.  I have never tried to use Office 365 which I believe has a web based version of Access.
Is it possible convert my solution to a web based version?
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I don't think there is a web based Access on 365...there was some kind of "hybrid" called ADP (Access Data Projects) but is long gone and forgotten since 2010 Access
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Is it possible convert my solution to a web based version?

No, there is no such thing anymore. It will be a complete rewrite using the environment of your (and the client's) choice.
One route could be PowerApps.
There was never a way to migrate your desktop app to the web. Office 2010 has Access Sharepoint Apps, 2013 and 2016 had Access Web Apps, but access web apps are now deprecated. It was a good solution, but adoptation was low, so MS decided to pull the plug on it.

MS now recommends Power Apps (I don't)
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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems Engineer
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Well just yesterday i came across another option.
The options for "Cloud" Ms Access are pretty much known but now there is a neat trick to get the "Web" feeling
So RDP <-->HTML5
With the option of these bridges you can setup your application on a RDS server (you will need CALS) + IIS ...and simply RDP it via your web browser..
There are many solutions out there but the one that caught my eye was : Myrtille
Just watch the demo here ;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4CL8h0KfQ8
Huge bonus...the project is Open Source with full source code....(so you can tinker it on your own)
Murray BrownASP.net/VBA/VSTO Developer

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thanks
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thanks John. That sounds very interesting

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