Unanswered: [ANN] FMC-Calendar Lite: Free Calendar for FileMaker Pro
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FMC-Calendar Lite: Free Calendar for FileMaker Pro
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY 24, 2003. Datavations LLC announced today the release of the free FMC-Calendar Lite component that offers live synchronization, drag-and-drop scheduling, multi-user and color categorization.
This new component offers the following advantages:
- A free calendar that seamlessly integrates with any FileMaker Pro solution
- Live synchronization with FileMaker Pro (Read and Write). Add an appointment in FileMaker Pro, and it appears on the calendar. Add an appointment in the Calendar and it appears in FileMaker Pro.
- Drag-and-drop an appointment on the Calendar to a new date and/or time and FileMaker Pro is instantly updated.
- Manage your calendar over the Internet.
- Easy to integrate with your own FileMaker Pro applications.
- Microsoft Outlook style drag and drop interface.
- Multi-User, password protected.
- Multiple views possible, such as week, work week, day.
- Categorized, color-coded appointments.
The FMC-Calendar Lite component is a Visual Basic (VB) component that is being marketed through a joint venture between Datavations LLC (N. America) and STB Research bv. (Europe) and requires the FMConnector.
DATAVATIONS LLC (www.datavations.com) is a national consulting firm that offers custom development of client-server and Web applications and is a member of the FileMaker Solutions Alliance (FSA). With advanced skills in FileMaker Pro, SQL 2000, Visual Basic, FMConnector, FMConnector ASP, ASP, JSP, Cold Fusion, PHP, XML, ODBC and Flash, Datavations provides high-quality custom development, commercial product development and support, help desk services, marketing services and search engine optimization services.
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK INFORMATION:
FileMaker Pro is a trademark of FileMaker, Inc., registered in the US and other countries.
FMConnector, FMC-Calendar Lite and FMConnector ASP are Copyright 2003 Datavations LLC.
All rights reserved.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.