LCFM Native 1.0 Launched

The wishes of thousands of FileMaker users have today come true. Your FileMaker solution can now be compiled for Android. Your solution will run as a true native app on Android, iOS and Mac platforms (Windows and Linux coming soon). It will call home to your FileMaker server, keeping your data in sync on whatever … Continued

Beta 4: FM 18 Compatibility, JSON, Popovers and more

We’re delighted to bring you LCFM Native Beta 4 today. This version is a huge step forward, doing away with the time consuming scrape step and adding a raft of big features like popover buttons, JSON functions and send mail. We’ve added compatibility for FileMaker 18 as well as FM17, and by using the new … Continued

Beta 3.2: Better Sync Options

We’re delighted to say we now have Beta 3.2 available for testing. The major change in this release is we have made some improvements to syncing to give you more control on what is happening and when. New Options New sync options have been added to the sync screen to control when remote record deletions … Continued

Beta 3.1: We’re On A Roll

Folks, thank you so much for all the testing and feedback! Believe it or not, our tech guys just love receiving your error reports. They have been tearing through them and implementing dozens of fixes and features. With the result that today we have LCFM Native Beta 3.1. Some of the improvements included are: The … Continued

The Europe Tour – Taking in Japan

Over the last few weeks our team has been hard at work. While the developers have been head down working like crazy on the tech, our marketing guys have been out and about, spreading the word about LCFM Native. We have attended FileMaker conferences in Liechtenstein, London, Ghent, Madrid and Tokyo, demoing our software and … Continued

Update to Documentation for Beta 1

Work on the LCFM Native compiler is continuing apace. We hope to bring you Beta 2 soon, but in the meantime, we know many of you can’t wait to see your solutions compiling for Android. Working with the feedback we have received (thanks to everyone who has sent in the errors generated by the compiler!) … Continued