FileMaker Inc released FileMaker 13 today! From the press release… FileMaker 13 includes more than 50 new features. Chief among them are: FileMaker WebDirect, an entirely new, HTML5 browser-based technology that allows teams to create and deploy desktop-style solutions in a web browser with no programming skills required. Tools to create amazing iPad and iPhone solutions
From the description of JetScanner: “JetScanner is an ideal solution for both professional and casual use. It is one of the easiest ways to convert images on your iDevice into easy to use, view, and share PDF files.” -iPhoneLife “JetScanner will create not just simple PDFs, but powerful ones in a matter of moments.” -appchronicles
A friend just sent me a link for HopTo and it looks very useful, so I thought I’d share it… One thing that I miss on iOS is a Mac like experience where I can access my files, no matter the app. On iOS, we have to think about what app created the file, then
Brian Schick posted on Twitter a link on how to open additional instances of FileMaker, or any other application on your Mac. This was also mentioned at PauseOnError this week several times. I wouldn’t suggest that general users try this out, but developers and power users could used this to be able to multi task better.
Which do you like better: I thought so. Recently, I learned that the MBS FileMaker Plugin could color code FileMaker scripts and calcs on Mac OS. Sorry Windows users… It’s amazing. Plus calculations are colorized. It’s something I just can’t live without now… To try it for free: Download the plugin. Install the plugin, remembering
I’ve had a Keurig Coffee machine for a while now. But, as a FileMaker Developer, I couldn’t leave well enough alone. While the Keurig coffee is more expensive per cup than a regular coffee pot machine IF you don’t finish the entire pot, I never have to drink old coffee that’s been sitting on the
A client needed a method to quickly input voltage reading into FileMaker Go on iPad and David Burton came up with this method of entering the data. The key was to not use the built in iOS keyboard, but rather provide on screen buttons that offer probably choices. Before the video starts, David entered the