FileMaker 19 is here as Claris adds support for external libraries and more
What you need to know
- FileMaker 19 is here.
- Apple-owned Claris launched the update today.
- The update includes support for third-party libraries and more.
Claris outlined some of the big new features in a press release earlier today.
FileMaker 19 enables Claris' global developer community to use the platform they already know to deliver powerful custom apps to more than 1.3 million active users faster than ever before. With FileMaker 19, developers can:
- Build smarter apps – Enable rich user experiences with Core ML machine learning models, support for Siri Shortcuts, and NFC (near field communication) tag reading. Unlock the potential of data with image classification, sentiment analysis, object detection and more.
Developers who want to take FileMaker 19 for a spin can find more information and sign up at the Claris website.
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