Continue reading FMAjax and FileMaker Web Viewers
Beezwax has always been active in the community regarding advanced use of web viewers in FileMaker. Check out the previous postings if you’d like to learn more.
- Native Web 2.0 Controls in FileMaker 12 Layouts
- Enable WebKit debugger in FileMaker Web Viewer
Continue reading Communicating with a Web Viewer in FileMaker
It turns out if you are using Mac OS X you can get the same facilities found in Safari to debug your code that’s running in a FileMaker Web Viewer.
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Attending jQuerySF 2015:
This week I had the pleasure of attending jQuerySF 2015, held in San Francisco, CA.
Despite the name of the conference, the range of web-technology topics included far more than just jQuery. The conference spanned two days, with each day featuring a series of 20 minute presentations by charismatic representatives of diverse web technology subject matter. If you couldn’t make this year’s jQuerySF, and are wondering what you missed, fear not! Below is a quick outline of the conference, a short list of my favorite presenters, and links to full conference video from both days.
Continue reading jQuerySF 2015 – Much more than jQuery…
As a participant-driven “Unconference”, d3.unconf allowed us to interact with other d3 devotees in sessions that ranged from “New to d3” through “Multivariate Data” and “Visualizing Neural Networks”.
Continue reading Our d3.js Saturday – Beezwax at d3.unconf
You gotta love FileMaker Go. Go’s ability to effortlessly create data-driven mobile apps and extend existing desktop data applications to mobile users is transformative. But sooner or later, almost all of us run up against one of Go’s core limitations: its lack of native plugins.
Most of us understand this isn’t an oversight, but rather a basic constraint imposed by the architecture of Apple’s iOS. Still, the inability to extend Go’s native toolbox through plugins often limits the capabilities and expressiveness of Go solutions. Many developers and users have probably daydreamed of how much better their mobile solutions might be if only they could find some way of extending Go with plugin functionality. If only… if only…
One of the most exciting aspects of the newly-released FileMaker 12 product line upgrade is a major redesign to the product’s UI. A new Design Surface modernizes FileMaker Pro layouts and updates every built-in control, giving developers and designers powerful new tools for designing better interfaces.
But as great as Design Surface is, why just stay on the surface?
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