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  1. Developing the Interface FileMaker solutions can live and die by the interface alone. It’s the first thing a user sees and can sway their opinion in the first few seconds of them seeing it for the first time. It’s so important but many developers don’t give it much thought. How do you develop an interface that clients want to use and which makes it easy for them to do their job? Do you use a standard theme or do you take the time and trouble to develop a custom theme that you can use over and over again? How do you size the screens? How much color should you use? How do you take into account that some of your users may be color blind? These and more points are considered to give you a well rounded look at interface design. https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com/e/developing-the-interface/ Follow us on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fireside-filemaker/id1473715087?mt=2&app=itunes Follow us on Podbean https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com
  2. K.I.S.S. KISS stands for Keep it Simple, Stupid. It’s a funny acronym but a very important concept to apply to the FileMaker development process. Too many developers over-engineer FileMaker solutions, charging clients more than is necessary. KISS is about elegance, about making it easier for someone new to take over a project without having to wade through complicated, modularized scripts that are almost impossible to debug. We live and breathe KISS and hope that, after listening to this podcast, you will too. https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com/e/kiss-keeping-it-simple-stupid/
  3. The Workplace Innovation Platform (WIP) is a newly defined technology category, by G2.com, for which FileMaker is the leader. There are 27 other software applications on the list and FileMaker was voted the best in the category. While the category itself is new, FileMaker has been WIP compliant for more than 30 years making it very hard for all of its competitors to catch up. Come find out what makes FileMaker uniquely qualified as a visual design and full-stack development application, collaborative, secure, integrative and supportive like no other WIP tool on the planet. https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com/e/wip-your-business-into-shape/
  4. https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com/e/a-conversation-with-claris-part-2/ This is Part 2 of a 2 part (90 minute) amazing conversation with Rick Kalman, Director of Product Management for FileMaker, and Robert Holsey, Senior Product Manager for FileMaker. Rick and Robert talk about, among other things, Claris Connect, the benefits of acquisition instead of strategic partnerships, save as XML, responsive layouts, Apple's influence, live database development, moving to a web first strategy and changes to the relationship graph. We are very honored that they took so much of their time to talk with us candidly and openly. Part 1 was released last Wednesday and has had over 700 downloads. Thanks to all for listening. Steven Blackwell tweeted that it was an 'Exceptionally significant PodCast' and that 'All #FileMaker developers should listen.' https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com/e/a-conversation-with-claris-part-1/ Follow us on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fireside-filemaker/id1473715087?mt=2&app=itunes Follow us on Podbean https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com or find us on YouTube by searching for Fireside FileMaker ~
  5. https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com/e/a-conversation-with-claris-part-1/ This is Part 1 of a 2 part (90 minute) fascinating conversation with Rick Kalman, Director of Product Management for FileMaker, and Robert Holsey, Senior Product Manager for FileMaker. If you aren’t familiar with these two experienced Claris International employees, we consider them to be part of the backbone of the company. Rick and Robert share some incredible insights about what goes into releasing a new version, their vision for the future and their quest to make FileMaker the best tool on the planet. We are very honored that they took so much of their time to talk with us candidly and openly. Part 2 will be released next Wednesday. Follow us on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fireside-filemaker/id1473715087?mt=2&app=itunes Follow us on Podbean https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com or find us on YouTube by searching for Fireside FileMaker
  6. Welcome Back Claris - Episode #7 At the FileMaker Developer Conference last week, FileMaker, Inc. announced they had changed their name to Claris International and purchased Stamplay. This is a bit of déjà vu for anyone who remembers MacWrite, MacPaint and Claris Corporation. It’s a blast from the past that’s been modernized. We’ll share our thoughts on the announcement and even speculate as to what the future holds. Come join us for this exciting new era for FileMaker. https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com/e/welcome-back-claris/ P.S. This is our 7th episode. The podcast has already had well over 1600 downloads in just under 3 weeks, so a huge thank you to all of our listeners. It's getting some great reviews and we would love to hear your thoughts and comments. New episodes will be released every Wednesday. Coming up: KISS (Keep it simple stupid) FileMaker Certification Favorites & Features P.P.S. If all goes to plan, a very special episode will be released on August 19. Stay tuned Follow us on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fireside-filemaker/id1473715087?mt=2&app=itunes
  7. Since launching Fireside FileMaker just over a week ago, we've had well over 1000 downloads so thanks to all. Today, we released a new podcast 'Understanding the Development Process' https://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com/e/understanding-the-development-process/
  8. Chino Hills, Calif., July 22nd, 2019 — John Mark Osborne and I would like to invite you to join us at the Fireside FileMaker podcast (http://www.firesidefilemaker.com or https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fireside-filemaker/id1473715087) for a series of interesting and, we hope, thought-provoking conversations about everything FileMaker™ from two passionate developers with a total of almost 60 years developing FileMaker solutions. “Michael and I have created FileMaker example files, written blogs, recorded videos, released example files, presented in public and even published books but we have never had the opportunity to record informal chats about FileMaker, much like you would with a FileMaker colleague. We are excited that this medium will allow us to explore FileMaker in a way we’ve never ventured previously”, says John Mark Osborne. The first 4 episodes are available on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fireside-filemaker/id1473715087 or at the firesidefilemaker.com web site: Episode 1 - Native FileMaker Technologies Episode 2 - The Data Separation Model Episode 3 - FileMaker & Excel Episode 4 - How to Become a Professional FileMaker Developer Our philosophy behind these chats is to make you feel like you’re sitting right next to us around a campfire listening to our conversation. It’s casual, sometimes funny but always informative and thought provoking in a way we couldn’t be in a book, blog article, video or example file. Come join us at Fireside FileMaker, listen to an episode and give us your feedback.
  9. Thanks. Will fix that. No, I don't believe in using web viewers, Wim. Too much work and too complicated; at least for me. NautilusFM uses no plugins although they can be used; just a few custom functions and all native FileMaker™. The core concept is KISS; it's very easy to set up, make changes and get all the functionality the user needs. It's a framework not a developed solution. (Happy to talk to you back channel about it (303) 856 5778
  10. What if a single thought created the next step in FileMaker interface design? What if that thought led to a framework that can be used for every project and allows users to do everything they need on a single screen; where they never get out of context and it's impossible to get lost? What if that interface required no training, or second guessing and made users want to use the program? What if that framework was available to everybody who develops FileMaker™ solutions; in house developers, professional developers, consultants? What if ... ? http://www.filemakercommunitycollege.com/nautilusfm/
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