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ASP.Net MVC 4 - Conversion from Access

This project received 33 bids from talented freelancers with an average bid price of $445 USD.

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Project Description

The client would like to test the feasibility of converting our software written in MS Access 2013 to [url removed, login to view] MVC 4. Also we would like to see if you can write code that can utilise third party controls such as Kendo UI, JQuery and/or DevExpress to write a front end that is comparable to our access form (Frm_Main).

This is a conversion project which would suit someone who has good knowledge in MS Access programming and very good knowledge in [url removed, login to view] MVC 4 and AJAX.

The scope of the project is strictly to convert the file to [url removed, login to view] MVC 4 and therefore, there will be no scope creep. Therefore we need you to quote a fixed price.

The access file has been attached for your review. By downloading the file you agree that we own all the rights to the software and the software will be used only for the purpose of studying the requirements of this project.

You can use the same database for the backend.
The database contains 3 forms and 1 report.
If you can write a good solution and if we are happy with your price competitiveness, we will give you more sub projects to finish.


Deliverables:
- All Visual Studio source code (so that we can compile the project on our end – we use Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate)
- All supporting files such as CSS files
- All rights to the software

Given the nature of the project we expect the project to be completed within 12 days of acceptance.

Successful bidder can expect similar work from us in the future.

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