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Claris Studio, Tell Me More!

About the author: Beverly Voth has been in the Claris FileMaker community many years. In addition to FileMaker Pro & its integrated products, she is a Full Stack Web developer & SQL database administrator. The only recipient of the FileMaker Excellence Award for Outstanding Contribution to the FileMaker Web Publishing Community (DevCon 2003), she’s been… Continue reading Claris Studio, Tell Me More!Afficher la totalité du billet

FileMaker Hacks

FileMaker Hacks

Using External Technologies

One of the greatest joys I get from working with FileMaker is making it do something it doesn't do natively. It's sort of like always being able to say "Yes" and never having to tell yourself "No". Enjoying your sweets and treats as much as you like! There is, quite literally, nothing I can think of that can't be done just outside FileMaker and brought back in to the software. Do you need OCR? AI processing? Serious image manipulation, complicated heuristics, complex PDF manipulation, data scra

FileMaker Magazine

FileMaker Magazine

Atelier de septembre 2022 : Découverte de Claris Studio

Un nouveau venu dans la famille Claris Depuis août 2019, FileMaker n’est plus le seul produit proposé par son éditeur qui avait alors changé son nom pour l’occasion, revenant à son ancienne appellation de Claris. C’est alors Claris Connect qui s’était ajouté à la palette des outils. Depuis de nombreux mois, Claris annonce le « truc […]Afficher la totalité du billet

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JSON Custom Functions for FM 19.5, part 2

Demo Files JSON Custom Functions for FM 19.5, part 2 JSON Insert and Update for FM 19.5 Note: some of the CFs have been revised and/or renamed since part 1, so if you plan to use these CFs, make sure to download today’s “part 2” file. Introduction Welcome back to JSON Custom Functions for FM… Continue reading JSON Custom Functions for FM 19.5, part 2Afficher la totalité du billet

FileMaker Hacks

FileMaker Hacks

Atelier d’août 2022 : Traduire des listes de valeurs

Encore des listes ! Au mois d’août, j’ai cédé à nouveau la place de présentateur à Jérémie Gimenez (Par Jupiter). Il nous parle de listes mais cette fois-ci, il s’agit des listes de valeurs et d’une technique permettant de les traduire afin de rendre nos solutions multilingues. Cet atelier s’est tenu le jeudi 25 août […]Afficher la totalité du billet

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MagalieJ

CQDF Montreal 2022 – Claris FileMaker

La 7e Conférence québécoise des développeurs FileMaker (CQDF) 2022: les 15 et 16 Septembre 2022 à l’Auberge Saint-Gabriel. Vincenzo Menanno, Beezwax, présente "Le nouvel horizon | Transactions de script natif" avec Claris (FileMaker) Pro.Afficher la totalité du billet

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Apple WWDC 2022 and beyond

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) highlights new ways for developers to build with APIs, introducing updates to Swift™ and Safari, revealing improvements in accessibility, and uncovering a mountain of innovative product upgrades and releases. We're sharing a summary of news we've collected from WWDC 2022 sessions, as a series of updates to this blog post.Afficher la totalité du billet

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Universal UI Strings

Claris/FileMaker, as a development environment, is full of all kinds of hidden corners and secret places. Most of this is due to its age and keeping a strong commitment to backwards compatibility. To its credit, there are very few features which have been removed to date. Still have a database which uses repeating fields to store data? They're still there! To say that developing within the environment is straight forward is a bit misleading. Sometimes, you can combine knowledge about older feat

Error Handling & Logging 3

If you haven't added logging into your FileMaker solutions, then you don't know what you're missing, and there's no better time than the present to do so. With the release of this video and technique file, you'll find an updated version of a long-running topic which goes back to 2013. The functionality we had in 2013 and 2020 is different than what we have now. We're always trying to take advantage of newer features and improve what we use in our solutions. If you've not watched the previous vi

FileMaker Memory Bug?

For all my time with FileMaker, there's this peculiar aspect of one's learning journey where small bits and pieces of information come to you in odd ways. You either happen to stumble upon them, or you're told about them through the grapevine. Not from the company itself. While most large companies are often busy with the business of improving their software, their outbound communications about certain things aren't always prompt or highly detailed. Personally, I love what Claris has been doing

JSON Custom Functions for FM 19.5, part 1

Demo File JSON Custom Functions for FM 19.5 Introduction Today we have some custom functions (CFs) that can help you accomplish various JSON-related tasks in FileMaker. Back in 2018 I had this to say about JSON custom functions… My inclination is to really understand something before I use a custom function to simplify things, but… Continue reading JSON Custom Functions for FM 19.5, part 1Afficher la totalité du billet

Sometimes Less Is More Reliable

Recently I noticed some code that had worked flawlessly for years was suddenly returning “?” instead of valid values. What it came down to was that I had renamed my file from “JSON Custom Functions” to “JSON Custom Functions for FM 19.5” Well you know those functions like ValueListItems… ValueListItems ( fileName ; valueListName )… Continue reading Sometimes Less Is More ReliableAfficher la totalité du billet

Thinking About JSON, part 4

This article is part of a series. See also… • Thinking About JSON, part 1    • Thinking About JSON, part 3 • Thinking About JSON, part 2 Demo Files Make sure to download the correct version for your locale: json.getvaluetype – decimal dot, v1 (decimal separator is a dot; thousands separator is a comma)… Continue reading Thinking About JSON, part 4Afficher la totalité du billet

Entrevue avec Claris… la politique des licences

Des lignes qui bougent Alors que beaucoup de choses sont en train de bouger du côté des licences chez Claris, je vous propose de découvrir ce que m’en disait Marie Normand et Douglas Wallis lors de l’entretien qu’ils m’ont accordé mi mai, au cours duquel ils m’ont confirmé que la politique des licences était, de […]Afficher la totalité du billet

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MagalieJ

Highlighting Tableau Certification at Beezwax

Beezwax’s Tableau development and data analytics team has grown rapidly in recent years. In 2021, we achieved the status of Tableau Services Partner, and we’re proud to highlight several Beez — Josh, Sarah and Jules — who have earned Tableau certifications. Josh, and Jules were each certified as Tableau Desktop Certified Associate, and Sarah earned […]Afficher la totalité du billet

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Record Looping with JS

The world of JavaScript libraries is so rich and full that once you start using some of them you start to ask yourself "Should I even try this natively with FileMaker?" When it comes to something like QR codes we don't even have a native option to create them. Currently, there's no GenerateBarcode() function. There's also the situation where you're using one of these fabulous JavaScript Libraries and you want to loop through a found set of records. The problem is... — You try to use your new co

Atelier de juillet 2022 : Logicator

Chose promise… Lors de notre dernier atelier et, si ma mémoire ne me trompe pas, au cours d’autres ateliers précédents, nous avons évoqué un petit utilitaire appelé « Logicator » proposé par nos confrères de Beezwax. Il s’agit d’un module de recherche qui se greffe très aisément à votre solution et facilite la vie aux usagers pour […]Afficher la totalité du billet

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