Script Triggers, Workflow, and the User Experience: DevCon 2013 Recording

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One of the most powerful paradigms in software development is event-driven programming; that is, a program that responds to events generated by the user or the host system, rather than relying on the user to complete a specific set of predefined steps to complete a given task.

This DevCon 2013 session recording, “Script Triggers, Workflow, and the User Experience”by Thomas Kunetz, FileMaker System Engineer, you will learn about Script Triggers and the events that trigger them, and when to use Script Triggers. Also, Tom talks about using Script Triggers to build a solid workflow and a better user experience, and lastly how to debug and troubleshoot an event-driven workflow.

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After you’ve viewed the session recording, share how you’ve used Script Triggers in your FileMaker solutions. Start a discussion in the same place you downloaded the document.

Best regards,

Delfina Daves
Sr. Manager, FileMaker Developer Relations