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  1. .fusion-gallery-1 .fusion-gallery-image {border:0px solid #f6f6f6;}One of these things is not like the others … One of these things is in a class of its ownThe Excelsior. It’s a tank, a rugby club, a Federation starship, a brewing company … and now, a digital “get-out-of-jail” card for New Yorkers. Launched this week, the Excelsior Pass is a mobile app that allows gate-keepers to verify a customer’s COVID-19 vaccination status prior to entering a people-populated place. Flash the pass and you, too, can re-enter society from the fringes of sci-fi-solation. Excelsior. Excelsior. Oft-uttered by
  2. Need a PHP Wrapper to Connect to the FileMaker Data API? Try FMXData! by Duane Weller, eXcelisys FileMaker/Web Developer I’ve built a number of FileMaker Custom Web Publishing (CWP) websites using the FileMaker Data API. With this eXperience I have learned that writing the PHP code to connect to the FileMaker Data API can be tedious and time-consuming. In order to eXpedite development, you need a library of simple, pre-built functions that give you easy access to the features of the FileMaker Data API. Fortunately, Claris publishes such a list and it includes not only PHP libraries, but lib
  3. Gospel-Inspired Web Community Sees Light of Day eXcelisys Sets Up Video-Sharing Platform for Christian Musicians Imagine a cozy, happy space on the internet dedicated to positivity, to encouraging people to be the best versions of themselves. Imagine a platform devoted entirely to providing Christian musicians and writers with a place to share their work. Imagine “Massive Miracle” – a new Gospel-inspired web community launched by brothers Bedcy and Rops Previl. Born in Haiti, Bedcy came to the United States at 14 and got into the entertainment business. He worked as a club promoter and
  4. Data Destruction Done Right! eXcelisys Builds Monitoring Tool to Track & Audit Disk-Wiping Process When banks, insurance companies, and health-care systems get the urge to purge, they call Archive Data Solutions. With a home base in Westerville, Ohio, Archive Data Solutions dispatches techs nationwide to wipe sensitive data from decommissioned hard drives and SSDs when they reach end-of-life. “It’s not rocket science,” said Andy Haenszel of Archive Data Solutions, “but it can be overwhelming.” Haenszel said the issue is the sheer number of drives a company may have coming offline from s
  5. Airtable: If FileMaker and Google Sheets Had a Baby A Die-hard FileMaker Developer & Airtable Skeptic Takes a Peek Inside by Kurt Knippel, eXcelisys VP of Production What is Airtable? Airtable touts itself as the ultimate “organize anything, with anyone, from anywhere” tool. A relative newcomer to the cloud-based, no-code development sphere, Airtable’s valuation is projected to surpass $2.5 billion this year, as the company weighs a new round of venture funding. Clearly, this next-generation workplace collaboration tool isn’t going away, so I thought I’d give it a whirl and do a litt
  6. Fun with FileMaker: This Stacking Game will Knock Your Block Off! eXcelisys Developer Mixes Work & Leisure Creating Block-Stacking Game by Paul Spafford, eXcelisys FileMaker Developer One weekend, I had a little fun creating a game in FileMaker. It happened in the usual way: I was playing a free game on my iPad, but it was a bit glitchy. I thought, “I can do better.” I decided that keeping all elements as simple as possible was the way to go, so while there are some tricky bits, it’s mostly pretty obvious where to go when I want to change things. The rules: “Each tower must contain on
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