Low code development platform gets an update from Filemaker
|Richard Harris in Low Code No Code Wednesday, May 16, 2018|
FileMaker 17 low-code development platform launches and includes all new features like starter apps, Master-detail layouts, and more.
Companies use the FileMaker Platform to create custom apps in a low-code environment. The FileMaker 17 Platform release focuses on innovative updates for mobility and development to make custom apps even more versatile and easier to create. Apps can be deployed on-premises or in the cloud.
FileMaker 17 Platform updates include:
- Starter apps: Get started more quickly by choosing one of six new starter apps. Add more functionality to an app by connecting an add-on table.
- Master-detail layouts: Leverage the new portal enhancements to create common design patterns like master-detail layouts.
- Redesigned layout mode: Create custom apps more easily with layout tools that are more discoverable through convenient panes inside the document window.
- Sensor support: Using a new calculation function, mobile apps can capture information from iOS sensors in iPad or iPhone devices.
- Configure local notification: Display a local notification on an iPad or iPhone device when FileMaker Go is not running or is in the background.
- Drag and drop: Go faster with drag and drop of text, photos, and files between apps on iPad devices running iOS 11.2.
- FileMaker Server Admin Console: Redesigned to be more lightweight with a streamlined user interface.
- FileMaker Admin API trial: Get REST API access to manage and administer FileMaker Server. Trial expires Sept. 27, 2019.
- FileMaker Data API: This improved REST API includes support for FileMaker Server scripts, the ability to upload files to container fields, and a more standardized API format.
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