FileMaker Pro 11 Promises Welcome Enhancements
Apple subsidiary Claris brought FileMaker Pro 1.0 on the market twenty years ago, but even that 1.0 version was several years into the story of FileMaker, the quintessentially Mac-like database tool that gave ordinary computer users an easy interface for making and maintaining databases. FileMaker Inc.'s recent release of its FileMaker Pro 11 suite of products marks the addition of welcome capabilities while retaining the software's trademark elegance.
We'll start with the great news that FileMaker Pro 11 for Mac is finally a purely Cocoa-based application, rather than the Carbon & Cocoa hybrid of FileMaker Pro 10 and the Carbon architecture of a few versions before that.
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