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  1. De la recherche à l’index Pour cet atelier, je suis revenue sur un sujet qui me tient à cœur : la recherche dans FileMaker et plus particulièrement, l’utilisation des index pour faciliter celle-ci. Nous avons fini cette présentation par un échange sur les différentes pratiques des uns et des autres et un petit débat entre […]Afficher la totalité du billet
  2. Jinal Shah is a UX Designer at Beezwax. She shared the process for implementing a design system, based on Atomic Design principles, that could quickly generate different variations of Google Display ads in multiple sizes, optimizing collaboration between Design and Marketing teams.Afficher la totalité du billet
  3. As with most every database solution, one of your primary goals is to facilitate easy navigation. You want users to be able to get to where they wish to go without hassle. You also want relevant navigation based on the fact that a database isn't just a one-trick pony. A lot of software tends to focus on one singular thing. However, in many database systems you may be catering to wider range of users. This is where it becomes helpful to have a navigational method which is not only flexible, but easy to maintain. Using a portal to accomplish this is an obvious solution. But what about making the portal vary the navigational options based on the logged in user? This can be done when you marry FileMaker's native security controls with the values shown within a portal. In this video, we walk through a "build it with me" approach to implementing this exact feature. Setting up a navigational sidebar menu system which responds to the user who's logged in. This system can either be a bit more general or as granular as desired. Click the title or link to this article to view the video. Afficher la totalité du billet
  4. As Claris gets further into an Agile groove, there are product releases more often, always with new features and improvements. FileMaker 19.5 is no exception. It includes many new features, but I wanted to bring attention to one simple thing that will make a world of change for many of us in the FileMaker developer community: Save a Copy as XML on FileMaker Server.Afficher la totalité du billet
  5. BERLIN, Germany – Our senior developer Christos Savva attended the dotFMP 2022 “Unconference” held in June in Berlin. The conference was the first in-person opportunity in over two years for leading Claris FileMaker developers across Europe to meet, share their work, and explore what’s happening in the developer community. At dotFMP 2022, more than 70 […]Afficher la totalité du billet
  6. Finding things within any database system requires the understanding of how to make a proper query of what you're searching for. In FileMaker, this comes in the form of FileMaker's Query By Form method of searching. To fully understand all of its power, you need to explore the concept of multiple requests, omit requests, using search operators and more. However, before you even start to get into Query By Form, you need to know what's going on with FileMaker's Quick Find feature. It's a very powerful method of searching which will satisfy most users' needs. In this video you'll find a step-by-step approach to using the two primary forms of searching FileMaker data. First, we start with maximizing Quick Find and then move on to using FileMaker's Query By Form method of searching for data. Click the title or link to this article to view the video. Afficher la totalité du billet
  7. Depuis quelque temps, le cycle des versions de FileMaker a changé, et les versions passent un peu inaperçues. La liste des nouvelles fonctionnalités est ici pour FileMaker Pro et ici pour FileMaker Server, mais nous sommes là pour décortiquer et insister sur celles qui nous paraissent les plus importantes. Côté FileMaker Pro/FileMaker Go, les nouveautés […] Cet article FileMaker 19.5 est là ! est apparu en premier sur 1-more-thing. >>> Lire la suite… <<<
  8. We are pleased to release bBox version 0.99, with with new NodeJS integration, Python 3 support, and M1 Apple silicon support for GraphicsMagick and JQ functions.Afficher la totalité du billet
  9. Visualisez notre entrevue Pour faire suite à mon article sur ce sujet, je propose à nos abonnés de visualiser un extrait de mon entrevue avec Marie Normand et Douglas Wallis concernant ce cercle des apporteurs de solutions. Remerciements Le découpage et le montage de l’entrevue a été possible grâce à Richard B. que je remercie […]Afficher la totalité du billet
  10. FileMaker provides a good number of UI widgets which allow for a wide mix of cool things. Sometimes, it's all about knowing the various features and functions which allow you to implement a really helpful navigation feature. For this video/article release you're going to find a wonderful technique which allows you to assign keyboard commands to the navigation of a Button Bar widget. There are a number of ways this technique could be used, but the fundamental reason for doing so is because you don't always want the user to use a mouse to navigate your Button Bars. So, if your solution has any use for Button Bars, which allow a user to navigate to various areas, be it Layouts, Sliders or Tabs, then give this video and its associated technique file a good look over! Click the title or link to this article to view the video. Afficher la totalité du billet
  11. This is a quick follow up to Tuesday’s article, and to avoid unnecessary repetition I will assume the user is familiar with that material. button bar segment fun, v3 (from part 1) button bar segment fun, v4 (WeTransfer link) There were some things in v3 I wasn’t completely happy about, and I realized this morning… Continue reading Button Bar Segment Fun, part 2Afficher la totalité du billet
  12. Demo Files button bar segment fun, v1 button bar segment fun, v2 button bar segment fun, v3 Today we’re going to look at some ways single-segment button bars (SSBBs) can help produce dynamic column headings for list views and/or reports, with a goal of concentrating logic into the segment calculation and reducing schema dependencies elsewhere. This… Continue reading Button Bar Segment FunAfficher la totalité du billet
  13. One of the best parts of learning to develop within FileMaker is you have a great sense of "full control" over the data you want to manage. This applies to situations even as simple as a hobby or something you enjoy. In fact, these "hobby databases" are some of the best ways to expand your learning about how to both structure and present data. If you haven't before, you should give yourself a challenge with something you enjoy! In this video, I decided to break down the series of steps I took while simply creating a game tracking database for managing a hobby sport of mine. Pickleball is a fast-growing sport which seemingly sits right between tennis and table tennis (ping pong). I wanted my own solution to manage some games and decided to take a few hours to create the needed structure. Yeah, there's software out there, but I really like that "full control" feeling. The solution developed quickly and I saved versions of the file as I went along. The benefit of your time investment in this video is, hopefully, a good explanation of how to approach the process of structuring and presenting your data. Along the way you may pickup some useful tips which may help your current and future database systems. Click the title or link to this article to view the video. Afficher la totalité du billet
  14. Les listes virtuelles, suite de l’atelier de novembre 2021 Pour cet atelier, je vais céder la place de présentateur à Jérémie Gimenez (Par Jupiter) qui va creuser le sujet déjà abordé lors de l’atelier de novembre. Je lui laisse la plume pour vous annoncer le menu : Dans la suite de cette première présentation, où […]Afficher la totalité du billet
  15. Portals can be used for essentially two different functions. Either data presentation or interaction. Of course, as you already know, you can also use a portal for both aspects of presentation and interaction as the same time. In this video, we continue the growth of our Home Project database where we take a look at the core differences between a Master/Detail portal (Current found set) and one which uses a Self Relationship. If you've not come across the differences between portal types, and simply selected one over the other, then hopefully, this information will help out. Using the information from this video you'll be able to make an informed decision about which version of a portal will fit any certain set of circumstances. Click the title or link to this article to view the video. Afficher la totalité du billet
  16. We finished three days of Tableau Conference 2022 (TC22) in sunny Las Vegas! The in-person and virtual attendees from Beezwax’s Data Analytics & Tableau development teams shared a few more highlights of TC22 sessions, with information, insights and a few key takeaways. Read our Day 1 TC22 session highlights here. Read our Day 2 session […]Afficher la totalité du billet
  17. Hello again from Tableau Conference 2022 (TC22) in sunny Las Vegas! The in-person and virtual attendees from Beezwax’s Data Analytics & Tableau development teams shared more highlights of TC22 sessions, with information, insights and a few key takeaways. You can read about Day 1 session and conference highlights here. By the way, most of these […]Afficher la totalité du billet
  18. De quoi s’agit-il ? Comme je vous l’indiquais dans mon premier article de cette série sur les annonces de Claris, un tout nouveau programme fait son apparition. Son nom officiel est « Claris Problem Solvers Circle » et il ne sera pas traduit dans les différents langues. Lorsque j’ai interrogé Douglas et Marie à ce sujet, ils […]Afficher la totalité du billet
  19. Hello from Tableau Conference 2022 (TC22)! Beezwax's Tableau/Analytics team attended in-person and virtually, and here we focus on highlights from the range of TC22 sessions.Afficher la totalité du billet
  20. Any FileMaker solution is a growing collection of stuff to be maintained. By the nature of development, some things will be replaced leaving some aspects to be abandoned and others to be lifted up by revitalizing them. Regardless of what goes and what stays, it's best to have a plan for how things will be added and how easy it will be for your future self, or anyone else, to be able to identify those things. In this video, I walk through the Home Project database I'm working on and I talk about adding styles to it and how it will impact my use of the theme down the road. This video provides great insight into how themes work underneath the surface and showcase a variety of good habits to have when adding styles to your FileMaker theme. Click the title or link to this article to view the video. Afficher la totalité du billet
  21. Moment privilégié J’ai eu la chance de pouvoir rencontrer (virtuellement) hier (12 mai 2022) deux collaborateurs francophones de Claris, qui m’ont accordé pendant plus d’une heure une interview passionnante. J’imagine que beaucoup d’entre vous ont déjà deviné que je parle de Marie Normand, responsable des partenaires Claris sur la région « EMEIA » et Douglas Wallis, responsable […]Afficher la totalité du billet
  22. Deux annonces à suivre de près Mardi 26 avril 2022, Claris a publiquement annoncé deux informations importantes et qui peuvent changer la vision que vous avez de FileMaker.Le détail de ces annonces est en train d’être distillé par les équipes de Claris et nous en apprendrons plus dans les jours et les semaines qui viennent, […]Afficher la totalité du billet
  23. Designing within FileMaker can either be pretty easy or somewhat hard. There's no exact way to design the look and feel of your solution, but the process of implementing the design can be easier when using FileMaker's grid. In this video, I talk about the process I use to first determine the size of a layout and then go on to refining its size so it fits within the golden ratio. Finally, I talk about implementing my use of the grid to make the styling of objects easier and give myself some guidelines which makes the layout process much smoother as the solution grows. Click the title or link to this article to view the video. Afficher la totalité du billet
  24. Happy Star Wars Day! I found this Yoda Translator from funtranslations.com the other day and decided it was the perfect time of year to put out a fun demo file for Star Wars Day. All you have to do is type your text in the first field and click Translate to get the [...] The post May The Fourth – Yoda Translator appeared first on The Scarpetta Group, Inc.. Afficher la totalité du billet
  25. Being in need of a new database system myself, I decided to simply document the process of adding new features to a FileMaker system as it evolves. This is a great way to learn about the ins-n-outs of what goes on when developing a new system. There's a number of things which may or may not make sense when you take a look into how someone else created something. So, why not make videos as the solution progresses. In this first video, I showcase how I originally started the file and where I should start to plan for a larger solution. There's a bit more needed than simply just throwing some fields into a table. There are also a number of settings and defaults which are created by FileMaker. This video talks about those default elements, how to deal with them and how to start planning for an easy-to-maintain database solution. Click the title or link to this article to view the video. Afficher la totalité du billet
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