Table View might just be one of the least appreciated features in the FileMaker Pro product line. True, it has hardly changed in versions 7 through 9, and the changes in 10 were welcome but fairly simple.
Table View in FileMaker Pro
All that changed in 11 with the addition of two bold new features that allow a developer to create a table quickly and perform summary analyses, all without ever leaving the comfort of browse mode. FileMaker 12 brings welcome refinements to this important family of features and makes Table View a tool worthy of a fresh look.
In this session from the 12 Days of FileMaker 12, we explore practical uses of Table View and showcase changes to it.
About Mark Richman
Mark Richman is the CEO and founder of Skeleton Key, a FileMaker Business Alliance Platinum level member based in St. Louis, Missouri. He leads a team of Certified Developers and an IT consulting division in providing multi-platform development and technology consulting for customers in a broad array of markets. He is certified in FileMaker versions 8 through 11 and an Authorized FileMaker Trainer.
When Mark isn’t running his company or wrestling with his four sons, you can find him writing TechNet articles for FileMaker Inc.; speaking at the FileMaker Developer Conference; or evangelizing about how to get the best performance out of your FileMaker application.