free FileMaker -> Keynote tool

free FileMaker -> Keynote tool

Post by Helpful Harr » Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:28:32



This could be VERY useful for some people ...

     FileMaker-to-Keynote tool released                 April 22
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     Apple database software subsidiary FileMaker has released a
     free FileMaker-to-Keynote tool that allows you to transform
     data contained within FileMaker Pro 6 databases into native
     presentations for Apple's new Keynote software. Leveraging
     the XML/XSLT support built within FileMaker Pro 6, the new
     tool helps developers extract text, graphics, and chart
     data from FileMaker Pro 6 databases to build the
     presentations.

     More details: http://www.filemaker.com/releases/1008.html

Helpful Harry                  
"Just trying to help whenever I can."      :o)

 
 
 

1. Free pass to keynotes, exhibits, meetings, reception (XML DevCon 2001, London, February 21-23)

Register for a FREE Special Events pass for XML DevCon 2001 (London,
February 21-23) and you receive admission to:

1. Keynote Presentations

   Henry Thompson (W3C Fellow), 21 February
   "The XML Meta-Architecture and What the XML Application Interface Looks
Like"

   Geoff Brown, Martin Bryan, Simon Nicholson, David Orchard, Sebastian
   Rahtz, Henry Thompson, and David Turner, 21 February
   "The Future of Software, The Role of XML: Ask the Experts"

   Mark Colan (IBM Lead XML and eBusiness Evangelist), 22 February
   "XML: Where we're coming from, where we're going"

   Simon Nicholson (ebXML and Sun), 22 February
   "The Future of Web Services"

2. Meetings

   OASIS XSLT/XPath Conformance Testing meeting  (Feb. 22, 12:10 - 13:25
pm)

   Joint Meeting: British Computer Society and XML UK user group (22
February, 7:30 pm)

   Panel discussion: The Importance of XML, e-Government, and e-Business
Standards

   The UK is a leading proponent of e-government and interoperability
standards. Besides   the e-government initiatives, such as the UK's
e-Government Interoperability Framework (e-GIF), there are important
global
e-business initiatives (ebXML and UDDI) that are also based on XML. ebXML
is
a UN initiative in partnership with OASIS. UDDI is a business registration
initiative by IBM, Microsoft, Ariba, and 130 partners.

   This open forum will include a panel discussion about e-business and
e-government    interoperability standards,and the role of government,
standards bodies, consortia, and    community processes in defining
standards for the 21st century. There will be open  discussion with the
audience and panel members.

3. "XML INDEXING - New Databases Needs", 22 February
   Marc Cyrenne (IXIASOFT Product Manager)

4. Exhibits (Open 22-23 February)

5. Welcome Reception (22 February)

HOW DO I REGISTER?
===============================

   The Special Events pass is free if you pre-register.

   1. On the web, browse to the URL below, click on the Registration tab,
and scroll down
       to Special Events
      http://www.xmldevcon2001.com/London/

   2. By mail, send Name, Title, Company, Address, City, State, Country,
Postal Code,
       Day Phone, Fax, and E-mail address to:
      XML DevCon 2001, C/O RHS, 6901 K Avenue #106, Plano, TX 75074, USA

For event times or other information:
   http://www.xmldevcon2001.com/London/html/special_events.php

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