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Using FileMaker Pro for Prototyping

Question asked by ariw on Feb 7, 2017
Latest reply on Feb 13, 2017 by ariw

Hello everyone,

 

I'm wondering if other members of the community use FileMaker Pro purely for rapid prototyping? I recently designed a new database, but none of my clients are FileMaker users. So I used FileMaker to build the database structure and basic UI, then handed the specs to a third-party developer. They're using a different set of tools to turn my design into a SaaS product I can sell.

 

So: Anyone else doing this? If so, how do you document your requirements or share your database with third parties who don't necessarily have FileMaker?

 

Thanks,

Ari W

Newbie - please forgive any stupid questions.

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