Author Archives: Brad Stanford

Layout Mapping

Here’s a demo file I built to help with organizing FileMaker Pro consolidation and conversion efforts. This will create a list of layouts based on your specifications, and then save those layouts to PDF, with a table of contents. Download … Continue reading

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Any Further Delays Have Been Postponed

It’s been awhile since I posted here. This is only because of unexpected delays. But wait no more! Hear me post. A couple of things have happened: 1) the client that I was working with to develop the Dropbox solution … Continue reading

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FileMaker Inderect Networking Using Dropbox Part 2

In my last post, I covered the overview of this project, and the stuff you need to know before you get started. In this installment, we’re looking at taking a FileMaker Go app, and setting it up to record field … Continue reading

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FileMaker Inderect Networking Using Dropbox Part 1

Here’s a scenario for you. A company approaches you to build a FileMaker Go-based contact management system for their sales force. The solution must be able to sync information back to the main office, and receive information from the main … Continue reading

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What FileMaker Can Learn From Dropbox

So we’re back to the one thing that has already been requested of FMI – Dropbox access from within FileMaker Go. Or at least some type of file transfer service. Here’s the thing: FMI has put all of its eggs … Continue reading

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Almost, But Sandboxed

I really thought I had an option to email today. There’s this great little app called PlainText by Jesse Grosjean at Hog Bay Software that allows you to create plain text messages on the iPhone. These messages are ten synced … Continue reading

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Success!

I just finished testing my Pop3It/Dropbox solution, and it works like a champ! Used my FileMaker client to send mail to a remote FileMaker client that was using Pop3It to check mail every 10 seconds*. The remote FileMaker client processed … Continue reading

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