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We can help you integrate with other apps, streamline your work processes, identify your hosting needs, implement security best practices and more. You need a custom solution when you're tired of trying to fit your business model around your software, you're spending more time handling your data than your product, you crave efficiency and accuracy, your long-term goals seem unattainable in your current setup, you need to be in two (or more) places at once,
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Since FileMaker 16, many developers have used JSON functions to pass script parameters and script results, which can be a very convenient way to pass multiple parameters at once. However, it can be tedious to write many Set Variable script steps just to parse out values from the script parameter.
Do you have a FileMaker solution made of multiple files? This blog will show how to easily manage accounts for a multi-file solution.
Since the release of FileMaker Server 19, many users in the FileMaker community have had issues downloading files from the FileMaker Server Admin Console, as the process has changed slightly from past versions.
Implementing reliable naming conventions in FileMaker has the potential to save developers both time and frustration. This is the second installation in our blog series on code readability.
Readable code is simply code that clearly communicates its intent to the reader. Most likely, the code we write will be read by other developers, who will either want to understand or modify the way our code works. They may need to test the code, fix a problem, or add a new feature.