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FileMaker Pro 10 Bible

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FileMaker Pro 10 Bible, 9780470429006 (0470429003), John Wiley & Sons, 2009

FileMaker Pro 10 Bible provides information that grows with you no matter what your level when you start. Topics range from the general (how databases fit into real life and your business needs; comparisons with other database development tools; a broad discussion of integration with existing systems and software) through the building-blocks of FileMaker solutions, and on up to state-of-the-art advice on concepts of optimization, modularization, innovative and sophisticated user-interface design, dynamic elements, logic, cutting-edge calculations, publishing your database to the Web, and integrating tightly with SQL databases via "ESS". The book also includes the special developer tools available in FileMaker Pro Advanced, and covers topics too oft skipped over in other books on the market -- backup how-to's and strategies, must-read information about good database husbandry and file recovery, and so on. Much of the information in the book is documented nowhere else. This is the one must-have FileMaker book!

If you want to learn FileMaker Pro, you need this book

Before you start a FileMaker Pro project, make sure you have this detailed how-to from renowned FileMaker expert Ray Cologon. He draws upon years of experience to provide pages of solutions, techniques, and instruction you won't find anywhere else. Discover what's new in FileMaker Pro 10, learn efficient coding, and create industrial-strength databases with automation, scripting, security, and more. From the fundamentals to full-scale development, this is the FileMaker book you need to succeed.

  • Design dynamic layouts for screen and print
  • Learn data modeling and examine data arrays

  • Work with tables and SQL data sources, and migrate legacy data

  • Manage lists, calculate summary data, and document your code

  • Master scripting and the FileMaker Scripting Environment

  • Apply security and maintain the integrity of your data

  • Create custom functions and use standards-based approaches

  • Employ third-party tools and plug-ins to extend FileMaker Pro's reach

About the Author

Ray Cologon is a FileMaker Pro consultant, a member of the FileMaker Business Alliance (FBA), and a widely known and respected FileMaker Pro developer and solutions provider. Ray is the founder of NightWing Enterprises, based in Melbourne, Australia. He has been a speaker at FileMaker Developer Conferences in Phoenix, Orlando, and San Francisco over the past four years and is the recipient of an Award for Leadership and Technical Excellence in FileMaker Pro from FileMaker, Inc.

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