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fmSearchResults 5 download delivers new features with simple implementation

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AppWorks would like to announce the new version of Matt Navarre’s highly-acclaimed fmSearchResults for FileMaker!

fmSearchResults 5 download delivers many new features, greatly simplified implementation, a new theme, natural triggered search, and faster performance. But the biggest new feature is the price — it’s offered as a free download under a Creative Commons license.

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Free FileMaker Training

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Did you know that FileMaker, Inc. offers free tutorials, webinars and much more?

It’s true!

Check out the FileMaker Learning Center for webinars (upcoming and recorded), self-paced video tutorials, and even the exam prep guide for FileMaker certification!

Of course many FileMaker developers, such as AppWorks, offer in-person training. Contact Shawn at shawn@app.works to receive one-on-one custom training.

 


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Podcast 133: FileMaker 16 – New Features Galore!

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Matt Navarre and Matt Petrowsky (aka Matt Squared) talk about the new FileMaker 16 release and what it means for FileMaker developers around the globe. Looking for that deep dive into what the new features mean? Have a listen to this particular episode.

 

Like this? Check out more podcast at FileMaker Talk.


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FileMaker 16: Passing Multiple Parameters Natively Using JSON

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With the release of version 16, FileMaker developers finally have the ability to natively pass and parse multiple script parameters . This is made possible by the new JSON functions — specifically, the JSONSetElement function and the JSONGetElement function. There are various methods and syntaxes FileMaker developers have been using for passing multiple parameters to and from scripts, but the most common one I’ve come across is key-value pairs in the format “key1 = value1 ; key2 = value2 ; key3 = value3” etc. This is a nice simple format, but it has some limitations. The new method in 16 is to pass a JSON object, with a series of elements that form the key-value pairs, and parse those elements out of the JSON object in the sub script.

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