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FREE FileMaker Calendar Released
Allegro Data Solutions has released a free version of its most popular turnkey database "Allegro Mini-Calendar".

The paid version is a starter solution intended for experienced developers. It was built entirely in FileMaker Pro and does not require any plug-ins, hosted services, or additional software. It uses only one table, for easier integration with existing databases. It does not create blank records for the days on which no appointments have been scheduled, which saves storage space and can improve
performance. This bundle was consistently the most searched for product in its category on filemaker.com for the years when it was offered as a "Made-for-FileMaker" solution. It is currently used by FileMaker developers all over the world.

The free version doesn't allow you to go into layout mode, modify scripts, etc. and you can't integrate it into an existing database. But you can do a fair amount of customization with the user options (such as starting the week on Sunday or
Mondays). It’s a good demo for developers who might be interested in buying the paid version. For others, it’s a free calendar that may be a little different than the others you have have seen.

For more information (including links to Download or Buy) visit http://allegrodata.com/MiniCalendar.html.

To ask a question, you can send a message to the developer here
http://allegrodata.com/Contact.html.

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