- [Voiceover] Once you've transferred your FileMaker…custom apps to the device…or you've hosted them so they could be accessed…by the device,…you can do virtually everything that you can do…in FileMaker Pro on the desktop.…But first you're going to need to get familiar…with some of the slight nuances and differences…between the FileMaker Go experience for user…and the FileMaker Pro experience.…The first one I'd like to look at here…is what's called the Window Picker.…So if you have multiple files open…or even multiple windows in the same file…you're going to have to become familiar…with how to toggle between them.…Now first of all in some of the starter solutions…like the one that I'm showing here on screen…you may not even see the Window Picker navigation,…so I wanted to instruct you on how that works.…
So if you look on the top of your screen…and all you see is the time, which is your tool bar…that you have on the top there,…and you don't see the name of the file…that means that the developer has built into the solution…
- Getting files on the device
- Navigating in FileMaker Go
- Working with data
- Performing finds
- Using container fields
- AV controls
- Signature capture
- Barcode scanning
- Creating layouts optimized for FileMaker Go
- Detecting user gestures
- Communicating with other apps via URL schemes
- Securing your custom apps with Touch ID
- Connecting with iBeacon
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Understanding FileMaker Go
What is FileMaker Go?3m 45s
2. Getting Started with FileMaker Go
Getting files on the device2m 37s
3. Touring the Interface
4. Working with Container Fields in FileMaker Go
5. Building for FileMaker Go
6. Communicating with Other iOS Apps from within FileMaker Go
7. Communicating with iBeacon
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