INT01 - Modular Programming with Card Windows - John Renfrew

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John Renfrew (att.it{ude})

Session Description

Card Windows, introduced in FileMaker 16, is a feature with the opportunity to create powerful and imaginative user interfaces. They facilitate the display of data from an unrelated context at the point of use in a workflow. Simple examples are common data-input forms, universal navigation, image viewers or enhanced list pickers. Examples will show how easy (and quick) it is to integrate something you have already written into an existing app and use the power of the "code once, use many" paradigm to significantly extend the power of your app. .

What you should know

Understanding of basic card windows

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Session Materials

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What You Will Learn

  • Overview of simple examples of card windows to show possibility and flexibility
  • From zero to user in as few steps as possible
  • The customer benefits from developers using modular design and coding
  • Quick development with expansive repertoire by using card windows from other files

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