In App Updates
How Do In-App Updates Work?
DayBack can deliver code changes--both bug fixes and new features--without asking you to reintegrate the calendar into your files and without overwriting changes you've made.
We've used this to deliver all sorts of enhancements to the calendar, including some big features like FileMaker Go support, the Gantt chart, and calendar sharing. (Here is a list of the updates delivered so far.)
And here's what it looks like in action:
If you’ve purchased DayBack Calendar on a monthly or yearly subscription, you can download in-app updates for the life of your subscription.
But if you purchased DayBack outright, your free updates end after the first year. If your first year of in-app updates have expired, you can extend your updates by purchasing additional years here: extend in-app updates.
What if FileMaker file changes are required?
What if I haven't updated in a REALLY long time
You may find you have a lot of FileMaker changes to make if there are a ton of updates between your version of DayBack and the latest one. These changes aren't *hard*--it's just copying and pasting, so just take your time--but it can be tedious.
What if I don't like an update or it breaks something?
Should we ever release a breaking change, you'll have the ability to revert to the last version you were running before the update. At the start of the update routine, DayBack saves a copy of your current code base just in case you need to revert. (Only one copy is stored, so you can only revert one version back.)
To revert, visit the "Under The Hood" layout and click "Revert to Previous Version". If any FileMaker script changes were made those will not revert and you may need to undo those changes manually. You could do this by pasting script contents from a backup into the scripts that changed.