By Daniel Wood, 13 May 2015
FileMaker 14 is here! To celebrate, FileMaker Weetbicks has written 14 articles all about FileMaker 14. Over the next few weeks we will be releasing these articles to the community. We cover all the cool new features (and some hacks!) and take things further as we usually like to do :) Stay tuned!
14 articles means a lot of great content on a number of different topics, some examples of what you can expect:
and more! Keep checking back for new articles, or sign up with your e-mail address to receive notifications when new articles are released.
A number of the articles also have sweet 14-ized demo files to go along with them that look great and are a handy compliment to the articles.
We have loved writing these articles and playing with FileMaker 14 - it really is an awesome release chock full of awesome new features to make development easier and more fun than ever before!
.... I'm just glad I decided on 14 for 14 instead of 30 for 30 years of FileMaker!
(by the way this counts as #1, nya nya!)
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Stuart Firth 10/06/2015 1:58pm (8 years ago)
Like your insight a lot Daniel, always have. Cycling seems to be a very invigorating and inspiring activity!
Jonathan Fletcher 14/05/2015 3:27pm (8 years ago)
And each article will just be a recap of the article before and a preview of what will be in the next one...
(Sorry, Stu. The Devil made me do it.)
Stu 14/05/2015 2:59pm (8 years ago)
Please don't give the man ideas :)
Daniel Wood 14/05/2015 10:38am (8 years ago)
Hey now that's an idea, and #7 will be an intermission recap :)
Jonathan Fletcher 14/05/2015 7:14am (8 years ago)
Since article #1 was to say what you are going to say, can we count on article #14 to say what you've said?
Nihm 13/05/2015 5:00pm (8 years ago)
Your "Ditch those Flush Caches" article basically saved my database. I'll be sad to replace it with Refresh Portal!
Looking forward to your articles.
Eric Glassy 13/05/2015 11:44am (8 years ago)
Looking forward to 14 great ideas.