Goya Pty has released BaseElements 4.0, an update to their developer tool. With BaseElements, developers can analyze and document FileMaker solutions.

BaseElements provides a cross reference of every element in a solution. It’s designed to help developers find and fix errors, track issues, document changes, and plan future development. Version 4.0 adds new features as well as being updated to the new FileMaker Pro 12.

BaseElements version 4.0 is a paid upgrade for anyone who has a license for BaseElements 3.x or later. It runs in FileMaker Pro 12 and includes fmp12 files or a runtime version. New user licenses are available and a cross grade option from a competitors product is now available.

A single user license of BaseElements is US$499, and a site license is $1,299. Both licenses will run on FileMaker Server for hosted access with only the site license allowing access by more than one user at a time. Developers may try BaseElements completely unlocked for 30 days using a registration code available from the Goya website (http://www.goya.com.au/). Upgrades are $249 for the single user license and $649 for a site license.