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Learn more about Drupal and how it is similar and different from Filemaker. Can the two platforms coexist?
Recently I was on a family trip to Pittsburgh. We were walking around the campus of Carnegie Mellon and I saw this memorial brick;
It got me to thinking about some of the monster databases that I have had to take over for clients. When I take over a project, often I am spending a great [...]
If you’re a dedicated FileMaker enthusiast, the place to be this August is San Diego, CA for the annual FileMaker Developers Conference, also known as DevCon. Each year, FileMaker developers from around the globe gather for the four-day conference to learn about all things FileMaker, connect and network with other FileMaker enthusiasts, and discover new FileMaker related products and services at the product showcase.
The most exciting new feature in FileMaker 11 is the built-in FileMaker Charts tool. FileMaker Charts allows you to add five different types of charts to your FileMaker layouts including vertical and horizontal bar charts, line charts, area charts, and pie charts. At IT Solutions, we’re very excited at the ease at which we’ve been able to use the new FileMaker Charts feature to build very rich dashboards in existing FileMaker solutions.
FileMaker 11 was shipped in mid-March 2010 and includes many great new features including FileMaker Charts!
Jason Mundok (IT Solutions) attended PauseOnError, the FileMaker unconference in Portland, OR on January 21-22, 2010. Here’s a recap of his experience and what PauseOnError may mean for the FileMaker community at large.
FileMaker Server 10 has taken script scheduling to the next level by allowing server compatibility for many more native FileMaker script steps, such as importing and exporting of data on the server. In this article, examples of server-side automation are explored in an environment running FileMaker Pro 10 and FileMaker Server 10.
At IT Solutions we have developed FileMaker systems for all types of small businesses, from retail to manufacturing. When a small business already uses QuickBooks, one of the most popular small business accounting packages ever, it makes sense to integrate QuickBooks with FileMaker, rather than reinvent the wheel by duplicating functionality that already exists.
One of FileMaker’s most time-saving features has been around since FileMaker 8 and deserves a mention every now and then. The ability to save records as a PDF or Excel spreadsheet from the File menu in FileMaker Pro is a quick and easy way to get your data out of your FileMaker Pro solution into other useful formats.