Today we are pleased to announce the release of LiveCode for FM version 2.6, which importantly adds support for deploying to iOS 17, as well as offering support for running the compiler tool on Sonoma.
This release brings the following features and enhancements:
Building against iOS 17, ensuring you can continue to submit to the iOS app store
Supports running the compiler on MacOS 14 Sonoma
Scaling when printing is now implemented
Better margin handling when printing on Android
Compiling when including many fields or tables is now faster
Fixed an issue where buttons in portals in popovers took 2 clicks to activate
Fixed vertical line graphics stretching when the window bounds exceeded the layout bounds
Fixed an issue with Go To Related Record when in a portal
We’re pleased to announce this maintenance release for LiveCode for FM, bringing you support for Apple’s latest SDK and the ability to build against Android API 31.
To ensure compatibility with the latest mobile OS’s we have released LiveCode for FM 2.2.1. You can continue building your apps secure in the knowledge that we are constantly updating and upgrading our technology to keep up with OS changes.
We’re delighted today to bring you LiveCode for FM version 2.2. In this release, we have completed many features in the Printing implementation, so if your FileMaker solution needs to eg print invoices, it should all work smoothly now. We’ve also implemented support the Rotated Text and Rotated Image features in FileMaker, added Custom Menusets, and implemented a feature to add headers to a CSV file when exporting. In all we have added 37 features, fixes and enhancements in this release.
LiveCode for FM is ready to go. After several years of dedicated effort by our team, we’re thrilled our radically overhauled Ben Lui edition (V2.0) is finally out of beta. We’re super excited to be able to compile your FileMaker solutions into native cross-platform apps for you.
Today we are pleased to bring you LiveCode for FM Beta 3. In this release we have added support for Android API30 and App Store Bundles.
This means you can submit your apps to the Google Play store using the latest features available plus you no longer need to build an “all in” app with support for all possible formats. You can select your supported app formats and have separate uploads for each of them, making your app download for end users smaller and lighter.
M1 Plugin Support
As well as API30 support, we’ve also added native support on M1 Macs for the plugin LiveCode for FM needs to run.
40 Fixes and Enhancements
This release brings over 40 fixes and enhancements to the tool experience as well as to your compiled apps. Some stability issues on Big Sur have been addressed and tool usability improved. We have also highlighted the branding of LiveCode for FM throughout the tool, and the Android Build Service has been replaced by our very popular Partner Program offering which you can learn more about here.
Folks, we have so much to unpack from the title above I just don’t know where to start. Do you want to hear about Ben Lui, the public beta or the free trial first? It’s all great news for you. Not to mention we’ve lowered the pricing barrier to entry…