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Briefly: FileMaker Conference 2011, Objectify 1.0 released

updated 11:15 am EDT, Tue May 24, 2011

Objectify development tool released

FileMaker has announced that early bird pricing for the 2011 Developers Conference is quickly approaching, while Tigerbears has announced the release of a new development tool for Mac and iOS applications


FileMaker has announced that the early bird registration discount for the 2011 FileMaker Developers Conference will end on June 17. The conference, which is set to take place at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel between August 2nd and 5th, will feature more than 60 FileMaker sessions, as well as a new FileMaker Go track. Conference attendees will learn how to build professional databases, extend solutions to the web, and deploy custom solutions for iOS devices. Early Bird registration for the event costs $1,595 for a regular pass, while the Gold Package featuring an all-inclusive 4-day pass runs for $1,949.

Objectify launched in the Mac App Store

A new development tool capable of creating Cocoa classes based on JSON content has been released by Tigerbears. Objectify automatically builds customizable model classes based on JSON content imported from either a local source or web service, and can export these classes as Objective-C source code. These chunks of code can then be used to create both Mac and iOS applications in the developer's environment of choice. A single user license for Objectify is available for $20 and can be purchased from the company's website or through the Mac App Store.




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