Filemaker Pro 12 TrainingCareerVision Training
£ 72 - (80 €)
- Birmingham (Inghilterra)
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• Format: DVD or Download
• Duration: 9.5 Hours (95 lessons)
• Instructor: Ray Cologon
• Platform: Windows PC or Mac
• Date Released 11-04-2013
In this FileMaker Pro 12 training course, renowned trainer and author Ray Cologon introduces you to the basics of managing your data with the FileMaker Pro database. FileMaker 12 is a very popular cross-platform, relational database application that is known for its easy of use, and powerful, feature set.
This video based tutorial is designed for the beginner, and no previous experience in database design or FileMaker is required. You will start by exploring what a relational database is, and why you should use it. Ray then takes you through the initial steps of building your interface using the FileMaker layout tools. You will learn how to work with your data - how to enter it, find it, and format it. Ray also teaches you database design fundamentals, to ensure the integrity of your data. Other topics that are covered in this video tutorial for FileMaker Pro include; automating functions, using calculations with your data, identifying and using different relationship techniques, and of course, deploying your data.
Once you have completed this FileMaker Pro 12 beginners training course, you will have a clear understanding of what a relational database is and how you can create your database with FileMaker. You will understand how to create a basic interface for entering and accessing your data, and how to deploy your completed database. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.
Benefits of this Software Training:
• Tuition by expert tutors.
• Narrated training videos demonstrate the key tools and professional techniques
helping you to work faster and smarter.
• Learning is fast as the trainers guide you using simplistic terms and minimal jargon.
• Personal Tutoring - Step-by-step video training from your own desktop.
Delivered via DVD/CD training or online tuition.
• The tutor transfers knowledge to you quickly and effectively.
• All the concepts of each application are explained clearly and precisely.
• Course works on PC and Mac.
• Alternative to a boring book or manual and expensive training courses,
seminars and amp; classes.
• Jump to and from lessons - learn at your own pace.
• The visual and practical nature shortens the learning curve compared to standard
Free Demo Videos are available for free viewing. Click on the links below to get started.
00. Free Videos From This Course Overview About The Author The Language Of FileMaker Basics Of Finding And Sorting Important Database Concepts Building Different Views FileMaker Visual Design The World Of Web Viewers Sorting And Summarizing Coding Logic Scripting With Loops The Language Of Calculations Relationship Operators Parallel Solutions And Synchronization 01. Introduction 0101 Overview 0102 Getting Going With FileMaker 0103 Starting A Database From Scratch 0104 Starting With The Manage Database Dialog 0105 The Language Of FileMaker 0106 Getting Used To The Status Toolbar 0107 Setting Up FileMaker Preferences 0108 Working With Data - Creating Records 0109 Basics Of Finding And Sorting 02. What Belongs Where? 0201 Important Database Concepts 0202 Why Relationships Matter 0203 Modes Of Operation 0204 Basic Anatomy 0205 Preliminary Data Design 0206 Creating Structure For Your Data - Part 1 0207 Creating Structure For Your Data - Part 2 0208 Building Different Views 0209 Setting Up User Navigation 0210 Basics Of Data Security 0211 Controlling File Access 0212 FileMaker Advanced Features Overview 03. Building The Interface 0301 Layouts And Context 0302 Using Layout Tools 0303 Creating And Formatting Objects 0304 Controlling Object Size And Position 0305 Layout Parts In Action 0306 FileMaker Visual Design 0307 Helping The User With Visual Cues 0308 Setting The Tab Order 0309 Objects And Associated Actions 04. Adding Visual Power 0401 Setting Up Buttons 0402 Tab Control Objects 0403 Portals And Their Uses 0404 The World Of Web Viewers 0405 Specifying Tooltips 0406 Conditional Formatting 0407 Autosizing Objects 0408 Basic Data Presentation 05. The Basics Of Working With Data 0501 Aids To Data Entry 0502 Committing Or Reverting Changes 0503 Values And Lists 0504 Shortcuts And Alternate Methods 0505 Finding And Omitting 0506 Finding Matching Records 0507 Compound Searches 0508 Multi-Request Finds 0509 Constraining And Extending 0510 Sorting And Summarizing 0511 Accessing Related Data 0512 Summarizing Related Data 0513 Incorporating Charts 0514 Importing And Exporting Data 0515 Saving And Sending Data 06. Database Design Fundamentals 0601 Tables And Table Occurrences 0602 Fields And Data Type 0603 Global Field Behaviour 0604 Setting Up Basic Calculations 0605 Coding Logic 0606 Stored And Unstored Calculations 0607 Working With The Relationships Graph 07. Automation Options 0701 Following The Script 0702 Creating A Script 0703 Actions In Sequence 0704 Script Editing Basics 0705 Working With Named Objects 0706 Scripted Navigation 0707 Scripting Conditional Sequences 0708 Scripting With Loops 0709 Buttons And Triggers 0710 Using Script Parameters 08. Calculation Basics 0801 The Language Of Calculations 0802 Using Calculation Functions 0803 Understanding Boolean Logic 0804 Beyond Arithmetic 0805 Working With The Calculation Dialog 0806 More About Text Literals 0807 Dynamic Data And Dependencies 0808 Compound Calculation Expressions 09. Relationship Techniques 0901 Key Fields And Their Characteristics 0902 Primary And Foreign Keys 0903 Relationship Operators 0904 Using Join Tables 0905 Filtering Portals 0906 Sorting Related Data 0907 Allow Create Relationships 10. Deployment Considerations 1001 Single User Systems 1002 Parallel Solutions And Synchronization 1003 Networking And Peer-To-Peer 1004 Multi-User Considerations 1005 Using Snapshot Links 1006 Backups And File Handling 11. Conclusion 1101 Where To Go From Here 1102 Getting Help When You Need It 1103 Examples And Resources 1104 About The Author