FM Starting Point is a completely FREE FileMaker template designed for use with FileMaker® Pro 13, and is focused on small businesses, work groups, and non-profit organizations. These templates were built with the experience gained from working with these target groups for over 23 years.
FileMaker users have been enjoying the benefits of FMSP for over 4 years, with over 300,000 downloads of the solution. FMSP offers an integrated approach to a integral need in the business world - a complete CRM that is ready to be built upon to create the perfect solution for your specific needs. Experienced FileMaker Pro users will value an FREE tool that makes building a new project substantially easier.
This is a complete repository of all of RCC's DevCon materials starting back from the 2012 DevCon. The materials include full session recordings for each year including all support, all powerpoint files, all demonstration files, and etc. Please feel free to download and share with colleagues.Visit Website
Recruiter is the FREE FileMaker solution for organizing your hiring team to find the perfect candidate for any open position in your company. With a simple and understandable layout, tracking and updating candidate data will be a breeze! All of the information you need for each candidate, requisition, and staff is viewable at a glance. Organized into logical tabs and easy-to-use portals, the hassle of endless searching and confusing spreadsheets will be no more when you use Recruiter. The new RCC Recruiter has also been updated for use on the FileMaker Go 13.Visit Website
The FileMaker Go 13 Video Training Course benefits from several "hands-on tools"…and this is one of them. Of course, while this tool is handy, it is much better while watching the training videos. The FM Go 13 Video Training Course is an application that is perfect for anyone building mobile solutions with FileMaker Go 13. With over 7 hours of video content, this course will immerse you in this new powerful mobile FileMaker client. Richard Carlton, walks the viewer through a wide range of topics from basic topics like "UI Considerations" and "Bar Code Capture" to complex topics like "Base64 Encoding for Off Device Backups". Whether you are new to the FileMaker platform or are an established FileMaker developer, download the FM Go 13 Video Training course today and increase your knowledge of the product.Visit Website
After releasing several FileMaker templates, RC Consulting began to hear more and more from non-profit organizations. RCC soon saw a need to produce a simple database specifically tailored for people in the non-profit arena, and FM Donations was built using a customized copy of FM Starting Point. FM Donations comes complete with modules for managing Contacts, Companies, and Donations. Detailed reporting is included to give users the ability to print administrative reports as well as reports for individual donors. This template servers as a great tool for FileMaker users in a non-profit organization, but it also serves as a prime example for FileMaker power users and developers of how a template like FM Starting Point can be customized to fit a specific need.View the Website
Music from FileMaker DevCon 2009 featuring Myles Debski on the piano.View the Website
Launcher Sample corresponding to the FileMaker Free video. This file does not currently open a FileMaker database, but all the scripts are setup and ready for you to customize to your own needs.Download the Launcher File.
WebDirect Registration Sample corresponding to the FileMaker Free video.Download the Sample File.
Work files for the FileMaker Pro 13 and FM Starting Point video training course.Download the Sample File.
A sample file to display how you can create a simple audit log in FileMaker.Download the Sample File.
RCC Backup Policy for FileMaker Servers 11 and 10. Also included, "When to use FM Client on the Internet" by Richard Carlton.
This guide provides information about setting up databases for FileMaker Go.
This technical brief presents supported and unsupported features in FileMaker Go and closes with a discussion of best practices.