Is Custom Web Publishing Right for You?
If you have tried FileMaker's Web Direct and are struggling with the limited functions or the high web direct fees, creating a custom web publishing may be the perfect answer.
With Custom Web Publishing you can use both FileMaker for you internal clients and any web browser for your Custom Web Publishing. That is right you are limited to specific web browsers like you are with Web Direct.
FileMaker Server has integrated support for PHP. Publish information to the web, capture web data or create new apps combining a web-based front-end with a rich, FileMaker Pro back-end.
Publish FileMaker data to a PHP web application using the FileMaker Application Programming Interface (API) that performs the same kind of functions you already have in FileMaker Pro.
Your users can do all this and much more via a web browser on a remote laptop, desktop computer or web-enabled mobile device:
View and edit records
Add new information
Search and sort data
See changes reflected in the hosted-database automatically - no syncing required!
PHP Web Publishing is supported on FileMaker Server 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 and FileMaker Server 10, 11 and 12 Advanced.
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Not in My Local Service Area? That is OK.
We offer online services or Dynamic Business Solutions can provide a cost estimate which will include travel and development/consulting fees.
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