Alternative FMP/Rails Integration: External SQL sources

[Authored by Ian]

In my last post, I described my preferred methodology for integrating Rails and FMP. In this post, I’ll discuss an alternative technique using FMP’s external SQL sources functionality. Since IANAFMPD (I am not a FileMaker Pro Developer), I’ll skip the implementation details and just cut to when it’s an appropriate solution.

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FileMaker Pro/Rails integration methodology

[Authored by Ian]

Here’s a synopsis of my findings on integrating Rails with FMP.

Goals:

  • allow two-way data transmission between FileMaker Pro (FMP) and Rails
  • minimize development time required for both FMP and Rails
  • accommodate as many clients (which may be another application written with FMP, Rails, or anything else) as possible

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A Use For Git’s Post-Commit Hook

[Authored by Sam]

I love git and I love to be lazy, so lately I’ve been playing with git hooks.

Git’s default pre-commit hook is really handy, but today I’m in more of a post-commit kind of mood.  Like all git’s hooks it comes with an example script.

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