“FileMaker 14 is a database platform made up of desktop based development and browsing apps, and web browser and mobile clients,” IT.Enquirer writes.
“The back end has the same power and capability as previous versions, but the front end has once again been improved considerably,” IT.Enquirer writes.FileMaker Pro Advanced was the version I tested. The improvements FileMaker has added in the new version make developing cross-client databases a lot easier and more streamlined.”
“While not being a no-brainer, publishing a database in a sexy wrapper is no longer something for which you need to hire a database developer,” IT.Enquirer writes.You can easily make your database look professional and finished— even if you don’t have a degree in user interface design — with this latest version.”
Much more in the full review here.
MacDailyNews Note: FileMaker, Inc., an Apple subsidiary that needs to lose the comma, makes software that transforms businesses by enabling users to create and run custom solutions that work seamlessly across iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac and the web. Millions of people worldwide rely on the FileMaker Platform to share information, manage projects, track assets and more.