July 10, 2008 in FileMaker (E)
[prMac.com] Mt Waverley, Australia - Goya Pty Ltd is excited to announce the release of BaseElements 2. BaseElements is a FileMaker developer tool to analyze and document FileMaker database solutions. BaseElements provides a cross reference of every element in a solution and helps developers find and fix errors, track issues, document changes, and plan future development. Featuring the most comprehensive reporting functionality ever to be released in a FileMaker developer tool, every FMP developer will find something to use in the new release.
BaseElements 2 takes the existing intuitive interface of BaseElements 1 to the next level and extends it's feature set without comprimising it's ease of use.
* New Layout design - complete makeover AND consolidated into a single UI file.
* All layouts fully FileMaker 9 compatible with built in "stretchy"!
* New link layouts for quick jumping from item to item.
* New Consolidation Report, and a New Error, Unreferenced and Warning Report.
* New Calculations table to search solution wide in all calculations.
* New Notes table and ability to assign notes to developers, and see errors, warnings and notes against previous solution imports.
* New layouts for Variables and Plugins.
* Completely updated import process with clearer progress and fewer processing steps.
* Smart Search feature to limit your search to the current analysis.
* and much more ... visit the website for the complete list of changes.
New Consolidation Report:
We used BaseElements, to write a report, in BaseElements, that we used to consolidate BaseElements into a single UI file!! And yes it was confusing, but now that it is done, everyone can take advantage of this fantastic resource. Consolidate multiple files into one, move all of your user interface from one file to another, move data tables out of your UI file into another file. We think this is the most useful new feature in the FileMaker world since MetaDataMagic's Conversion report.
BaseElements Version 1 Still Available:
Now you can also purchase BaseElements 1 by itself. Available for just $250 for the single user version, and can be upgraded to v2 at any time. Version 1 will continue to work with the current versions of FileMaker Pro.
DevCon Discounts Available Now To All:
From now until the end of DevCon on the 17th July, you can get 20% off any Goya product, including v1 and the new v2 BaseElements. Just use the code "devcon2008" in the purchase page on the website. And don't forget that if you're an FMPug member, you can get a further 20% off by using the discount code available on the website once you login. With both discounts, you could buy BaseElements 2 for just $299.40, or BaseElements 1 for only $150.00!
Anyone who purchase BaseElements after the 1st of March 2008 will receive a complimentary upgrade to version 2. Upgrade pricing for other current v1 users is available on the website, and the discounts apply to upgrade pricing as well.
"I use BaseElements every day. If I could have only one FileMaker analysis tool, this would be it." - Doug Rowe : Commercial Services
"I am loving BaseElements and am using it all the time. Apart from the script debugger in FMP Advanced, it is my favorite development tool." - Daniel Kaan : Data Organisation Pty Ltd
BaseElements is a FileMaker developer tool to analyze and document FileMaker database solutions. BaseElements provides a cross reference of every element in a solution and helps developers find and fix errors, track issues, document changes, and plan future development.
BaseElements is an essential tool for anyone who works in FileMaker Pro as it helps you make decisions about the effects of changes before they're made, document those changes, and provide tacit alerts if something is broken.
BaseElements is available as both standalone fp7 files or as a Runtime application. The XSLT code to import the data is included and free for personal use as part of the license to BaseElements.
A single user license of BaseElements is $499 USD, and multiple user license is $1299 USD. With the multiple user license, developers may use a copy of BaseElements on a FileMaker server among multiple developers, or as single user version or both at the same time. Developers may try BaseElements completely unlocked for 30 days using the registration code available on the website.
Based in Mt Waverley, Australia, Goya Pty Ltd has been a leading expert in FileMaker Pro development for over 10 years, with a diverse client list covering a similarly wide range of industries. By leveraging depth of experience and a tremendous library of existing modules, Goya has established strategic relationships with other FileMaker Pro developers by making available their suite of developer tools as well. Goya Pty Ltd is Nicholas Orr, John Adams, Darrin Southern and Ki Lau.