I would like to know, How can i proceed with filemaker to create ios apps step by step? Please provide me some guidelines so that I can start development with filemaker.
I would recommend you find the nearest authorized filemaker trainer:
There are also plenty of books on filemaker development:
And online 3rd party training as well
I would recommend you speak to a developer in your area to make sure FIlemaker meets your expectations for iOS app development. It is not designed for apps that you can compile and release in the app store. You should have a specific need for an iOS application.
I recommend you some official FileMaker Guides but if you are really novice with the FileMaker platform maybe you would need to take some training courses how the official FTS 12 (FileMaker Training Series) which is now free when buying a copy of FileMaker Pro or Advanced version (recommend for developers) or upgrading your membership subscription here to the FileMaker Developer Training.
Another great video training courses are the Lynda.com FileMaker 12 Essential Training or the VTC FileMaker 12 Beginner Course (and the two next levels Intermediate and Advanced courses).
The must have FM Go 12 developer docs in PDF that I recommend you are the following:
Also you must have two or three books near your desktop as The FileMaker 12 Missing Manual, FileMaker 12 Developers Reference , Data Driven iOS Apps for iPad and iPhone with FileMaker or the big FTS 12 manual (paper version) for e.g.
There a lot of demo FM Go Apps or showcase / technique files shared by generous FMP developers which are critical to research and to test for a great source of knowledge. Ask me about this when you needed.
I hope that stuff helps and motivate you to dream, design and deploy a great iOS Apps
I would also suggest you open the sample files which come with FileMaker Go... with FIleMaker Pro or better still FileMaker Pro Advanced. You will be able to go to layout mode and see the objects which provide the design and open the scripts to see what the buttons do etc.
The best way to learn is often to deconstruct someone elses work.
Here are several FileMaker training resources you should investigate...
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