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To put it simply, the FileMaker Data Migration Tool, commonly referred to as the FM DMT, is a command-line tool that allows you to import data from one FileMaker file to another with one command line.
Lately, there has been an increased emphasis on WAN performance in FileMaker solutions. The pandemic likely influences this; with more and more people working from home, many FileMaker solutions that used to be accessed strictly from a local area network are now being used over the wide-area network, aka WAN.
Variable scope is a key concept in Claris FileMaker. This article will explain the differences between the three variable scopes and introduce some common use cases for each. Also, did you know FileMaker secretly introduced a fourth scope type with the introduction of the While () function?
This article will show examples of good comments vs. bad comments, and how you can improve your code readability by following a few key principles. In our previous blog posts on code readability, we showed how to enhance code readability by using spacing and meaningful naming without adding comments.
Some of you might be wondering, what’s wrong with comments?
Accurate, well-placed, informative, and intention-revealing comments are good; however, most comments are not this way.
I do code reviews for our developers. When I point out some of their scripts’ poor readability, nine out of ten times, they will react by promising to add some comments to their scripts.
But do you really need to use comments to enhance readability? Sometimes a few empty rows will do a great job.