FileMaker Design and Database Development News
from Oak Bay Softrends
Here's the latest FileMaker design and database development news and happenings.
We’re well into 2018 already, and our team is hard at work at Oak Bay Softrends.
That’s the upshot of FileMaker Inc.’s release of the FileMaker iOS Application Software Development Kit, a toolkit that lets FileMaker developers engage their existing skills to create native iOS apps.
This quote from Mike Harris, one of the grandfathers of the FileMaker industry, describes why you fixed-price bids and estimates are inadequate for good system development.
What are the ingredients for a successful outcome when you embark on having custom software created for your organization? How long will this take? How much money will it cost?
Transplanted Canadian (and former band member) Rand Peppler has used FileMaker to transform the production process for many well-known Hollywood television shows.
“FileMaker 14 maintains the existing file format and solidifies some of these earlier advancements (especially in WebDirect) but also keeps the pressure on developers by introducing powerful innovations that affect the design of databases for FileMaker Pro, FileMaker Go, and web browsers.”
A few of the Oak Bay Softrends team are making plans to attend FileMaker DevCon 2015 this July in Las Vegas.
Here's an interesting read for the technically inclined.
An interesting look at FileMaker and its relationship with core accounting functions, by friend and colleague Doug Alder
FileMaker continues to expand it's market presence by providing the sweetest application development environment, now on iPhone and iPad.
Having FileMaker show you the correct record when the phone rings?
Imagine extending the reach of your organization's information in innovative new ways by putting content, or functionality, in the hands of team members, wherever they may be. FileMaker on IOS opens up many new ways for you to consider leveraging your information to best advantage.
Fm 13 considerations
This version comes with a number of worthwhile improvements.
We're profiled in an article called "Custom database development at heart of company success."
Summer is over, everyone has had great vacations, and we’re getting back into full swing here.
May each of YOU enjoy the best of this holiday season, with friends and family.
Oak Bay Softrends is proud to announce that Kim Anderson (Olson) had a baby boy on September 9th at 1:21pm.
Oak Bay Softrends is off to Phoenix, Arizona, for the annual FileMaker Developers Conference.
Expanding software firm requires additional talented developers.
News from the Victoria Marathon.
Oak Bay Softrends website has launched.