Rapid Application Development Software Definition Rapid application development (RAD) software provides programmers and developers with the tools necessary to build an application quickly from start to finish. Rapid application development refers to a method that development teams use to build new applications quickly and with an emphasis on releasing frequent prototypes. This model allows for high business involvement by focusing less on planning, and more on releasing a working prototype which garners reactions and critiques from users. With RAD software, development teams can be flexible in the development lifecycle, with applications evolving over time with input from business involvement and user reaction from previous models.
Email has proven to be a critical part of running a business. Whether it’s a small shop that monitors a single inbox or a large corporation tasked with maintaining thousands of accounts, everyone uses it. We, along with many other professionals, have been guilty of attaching images as part of our signatures. Here’s what my …
You’re starting to understand why you need GIS in FileMaker… now let’s get to the how. In this post we’re going to cover the basics of creating maps in your FileMaker solutions from built-in, no code required options to interactive Leaflet maps that require just a bit of HTML, CSS, & JS.
FileMaker’s default Paste behavior is to paste formatted text in a FileMaker text field. Additional steps, either by the user or the developer, must be taken to paste unformatted text. Text stored with custom formatting may interfere with readability issues, especially when a print layout is designed to display a company name in 18 pt Arial Bold, but …
Designing Perfect Text Field: Clarity, Accessibility and User Effort by Nick Babich
For any app or web application, nothing will ever happen without some initial and ongoing input from the user. It is, therefore, critical that product designers, developer and product managers understand the best ways to allow them to do so. In this article we’ll examine key factors that improve data input by focusing on text fields. Keep in mind that these are general guideline and there are exceptions to every rule.
Demo: Very simple synchronization using Dropbox Av Rolf Many users work with a single FileMaker Pro database, copy the database to a mobile device, make changes and then copy it back to the desktop computer. If the database is small it can easily be copied between the desktop computer and the iOS device using iTunes, mail, or whatever. If the database is big it can be to time-consuming to copy the whole database back and forth. I spent some time earlier this year to develop a solution (well, “hack” might be more accurate) where I import/export only part of the data, exchange only the updated information between the main database and a small local copy at a iOS device, using Dropbox as an intermediate storage.
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How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.