Part I: Getting Started
    Introducing Iron Speed Designer
    Preparing Your Database
       Step 1: Create child tables for one-to-many relationships
       Step 2: Create separate lookup tables
       Step 3: Create database views to express multi-table joins and complex queries
       Step 4: Explicitly declare primary keys in your database
       Step 5: Explicitly declare foreign keys in your database
       Step 6: Declare virtual primary keys in Iron Speed Designer
       Step 7: Declare virtual foreign keys in Iron Speed Designer
    Creating Your First Application
    Using Iron Speed Designer
    Building and Running Your Application
Part II: Tools and Wizards
Part III: The Page Property Sheet
Part IV: The Database Property Sheet
Part V: The Formula Language
Part VI: Application Style Sheets
Part VII: The Application Code Model
Part VIII: Deploying Applications Into Production
Part IX: Troubleshooting Applications
Part X: Fine-Tuning Application Behavior
Part XI: Reference
Part XII: Application Migration