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The "swiss army knife" plug-in is now compatible with iOS App SDK 19 and can execute macOS and Windows system scripts asynchronously
Prague, CZ -- June 23, 2020 -- 24U Software announces the version 3.1 of 24U Toolbox Plug-In for FileMaker, toolbox of the most useful calculation functions for daily use. This update adds compatibility with iOS App SDK 19 and makes it possible to execute macOS and Windows system scripts asynchronously (without waiting for result).
Version 3.1 brings:
Function Toolbox_DoSystemScript can be called asynchronously Support for iOSAppSDK 19 added Fixed issue when 3 or more serial numbers are registered which caused FileMaker to freeze Compatibility and performance fixes
About 24U Toolbox Plug-In
24U Toolbox Plug-In is a robust FileMaker Pro plug-in which allows FileMaker Pro databases to:
Execute FileMaker or System shell scripts to automate tasks inside/outside of FileMaker Pro Execute SQL commands to develop faster and keep your solution clean Match & replace regular expressions to find & replace text fast using patterns Merge data values into text while maintaining styling to quickly and easily apply templates Lookup DNS name for IP & vice versa to find out who is connecting from wher Get current public IP to know more about clients and discover potential security attacks Define global keyboard shortcuts to avoid unnecessarily excessive use of script triggers Obtain precise microsecond timestamps to measure nearly unmeasurable chunks of time Get the type of a FileMaker variable to let your scripts make the right decisions Share variables between databases to avoid creating too many external data sources Get rich text as HTML to generate crystal clean HTML and CSS Support for iOS App SDK and FileMaker Cloud makes the plug-in work on the whole FileMaker Platform
System Requirements and Compatibility:
24U Toolbox Plug-In 3.1 requires any Intel Mac since 2008, 2048 MB RAM, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, FileMaker Pro 15. Recommended is any Intel Mac, 4 GB RAM, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, FileMaker Pro 16 Advanced or newer (including FileMaker 19).
1 GHz processor, 2048 MB RAM, Windows 8.1 and FileMaker Pro 15 are minimum requirements for using the plug-in on the Windows platform. 1.6 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, Windows 8.1 or newer, FileMaker Pro 16 Advanced or newer (including FileMaker 19) are recommended.
For using 24U Toolbox Plug-In 3.1 with iOS are required macOS 10.12, FileMaker Pro or Pro Advanced (for creating FileMaker solutions), Xcode8 (Swift 3.0), iOS 10.0, developer.apple.com account (for testing and deployment on device) and FileMaker iOSAppSDK 18
Availability and Pricing
24U Toolbox Plug-In 3.1 is immediately available for download free of charge as a fully functional 14-days trial version, which can be activated after purchasing a license. Licenses for 24U Toolbox Plug-In start at US$49 per user, $499 per server. Volume discounts are available for 5 or more users. iOS app licence for Toolbox Plug-In starts at US $499 for up to 20 users.
More information: https://www.24usoftware.com/Toolbox/
About 24U Software
With customers in 75 countries and 29 years of experience with the Claris FileMaker platform, 24U excels in developing new or taking care of existing custom apps, optimizing their performance, identifying and resolving potential issues and liabilities, improving reliability, stability and scalability, integrating them with other systems including various hardware devices, and extending them beyond expectation.
As a Claris Platinum Partner, 24U helps global businesses around the world to maintain sustainable growth by working with their in-house developers or completely taking care of the maintenance and development of their business solutions.
(c)2020 24U s.r.o. All rights reserved. 24U and 24U Software are trademarks of 24U s.r.o. Claris and FileMaker area trademarks of Claris International, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Pricing and availability are subject to change without notice.
Our lead developer Milan made his dream come true and built a pond controlled by FileMaker and Raspberry Pi.
The pond contains about 35 cubic meters of water (about 9246 gallons) and it’s 2 meters (6.5 feet) deep in its deepest point. It is equipped with both mechanical and pressurized filter, UV light, pumps for filtration and waterfall, and an air pump. There are water plants, fish, and other water animals living in the pond. To keep the pond in good conditions, Milan has automated control of its environment with the help of Claris FileMaker and Raspberry Pi…
Click here to read how he made it all work and even watch it in action
By Prasad Khandagale
We are happy to announce the launch of the next FM Quizilla – Our Flagship product for FileMaker developers to practice for the FileMaker Certification exam. FM Quizilla supports aspiring developers who wish to be FileMaker 18 Certified. LEARN – EXPERIENCE – PRACTICE giving FileMaker 18 certification exam on your phone or tablet.
What FM Quizilla offers?
Even as FileMaker is reborn as Claris International Inc. and assumed a new brand identity -- MetaSys Software continues to bring to you the latest version , with all the features you have come to expect !
FM Quizilla has got a well-researched question bank along with questions related to FileMaker 18. Features like Practice test, Historical Analysis, Reviewing Answers, Tracking your progress will all continue to help you with learning and preparation for certification.
How can the users gain more from this app?
Users can download the trial version of the app and explore all the app features and a limited number of questions.
Note: Those who purchased the previous version of the app – FM Quizillaa for FileMaker 17 and FileMaker 16 can continue to use it.
For more info. https://www.metasyssoftware.com/fm-quizilla
Over a year ago, I started an ambitious project; to develop a FileMaker solution where everything happens on a single screen. It has been much more work than I had anticipated but 8 projects later, it has been defined and refined to the poiint where it is now bulletproof and will work for any solution for any industry.
On January 3, 2020 I will be releasing NautilusFM to the community under an open source (BSD) license so that anybody and everybody can benefit and learn from it. The release includes a comprehensive ebook with step-by-step instructions and an example file to illustrate all of the techniques and methodologies used; that example file could easily be used as a basis for projects and contains the basis functionality required for every business
NautilusFM is a framework, a methodology for development. To read the background story
NautilusFM is NOT a FileMaker solution although the example file is.
To find out exactly what NautilusFM is
If you have a company or organization and want to find out how NautilusFM can benefit you
To watch a quick tour of the NautilusFM example file
To get a copy of the completely unlocked and open Example file, please fill out the simple request form
As soon as the file is ready, you'll receive a copy of it via email.
I'm excited to share it with the community.
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.'
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