FileMaker 12 Developers Reference: Functions, Scripts, Commands, and Grammars by Bob Bowers (2012-09-09)

FileMaker 12 Developers Reference: Functions, Scripts, Commands, and Grammars by Bob Bowers (2012-09-09)

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FileMaker Developers Reference Functions Scripts Commands and Grammars by Bob Bowers

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    514 Comments

    1. This book gives a very good first impression. However, further reading revealed the content of same comes from the FM documentation to be found on their website. If the authors are registered developers then their access to such docs is virtually endless.I certainly don't want to ridicule their efforts, indeed they have put a lot of work into this.I find the book in this respect rather overpriced.I am extremely sorry if I have offended anyone, that is NOT the purpose of my comment.Would I have b [...]


    2. This excellent reference book does what it says on the cover. Essential for any developer at whatever level. Highly reccomended.


    3. I am an intermediate developer. That means I can 'get the job done' but not as efficiently if I knew a few 'tips and tricks'. This book is fantastic. It presents some pretty basic stuff, (like what is a layout) but also goes into intermediate topics like creating multi table relationships between table occurrences.This book is 'new best friend' when I need a FMaker reference.


    4. This reference is full of useful information organized in a way that it is easy to find and use. Believe it or not, this volume is better than the previous developer reference for FM version 9. This book is essential for any serious FileMaker developer. My only regret is that the binding doesn't allow the book to lay flat on a desk. It really takes two hands to thumb through the pages. I just wish it could lay flat on the desk and allow my hands to do FM development on the keyboard.


    5. I used to program databases many years ago using dBase. After about 25 years of no coding I started using FileMaker 13. At the time there were no 13 books so I purchased this one.It is a good book. Good overview of how many of the commands and functions work. Is it perfect for everyone. Advance users will think it is too basic and beginning users will think it is too advanced.However, if you are a beginning user, you will need a book like this to be able to get filemaker to do what you want [...]


    6. This book is a true reference, not a "How To" or "Missing Manual". It is like having a language dictionary right beside you while you are working.This is my first programmable database project in over ten years and FileMaker is all new to me.This book has been an excellent resource to help me over the bumps when scripting and using calculation functions.I am having fun and learning new methods and tricks every day.


    7. I'm not sure what it might be missing because I'm actually using Filemaker Pro 13, and 14 just came out, but this and "Filemaker Pro 13 The Missing Manual" are my go-to resources. Although this book is really just a reformulated version what's on-line from filemaker (like the "fmp13_scripts_reference.pdf") there is added value here, as frequently this is more understandable, if pretty dry.


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