With the current COVID-19 epidemic, life as we knew it has changed. You know what that means for you. Some inconvenient but some changes are probably good and maybe they are here to stay. Like washing your hands every time you enter a household or office. Also, in California, we have been weathering fires ignited […]
About Agnes Riley
Expert, Certified FileMaker developer with extensive knowledge about developing for process management.
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We have a new Zendesk-based support portal: for now email-only. For support requests, please send an email to support (at) zerobluetech (dot) com or click on the Support button on the menu. The support portal is for hosting and hardware sales customers so we can track and manage responses better.
We are happy to announce that we have a new snazzy shop. Now with more shipping and payment options. We are the leader in barcoding and RFID technologies supporting the FileMaker/Claris community. The new shop is getting expanded so check back for new products soon. Our favorite product, the Scanfob 2006 is on sale for […]
Hello All, We’ve gone through some transformation. We moved to California! We still strive to continue to serve the entire country. We are still doing most everything we’ve done before: hosting, development, and sales. We take on special clients now mostly for maintenance work and web integration, but if you have a project in mind […]
Today I was asked to create a map using FileMaker to show all the students that are accepted to my client’s school. The client said the Department of Education needs to map out the bus routed for the students. He said he DOE may not want to provide buses for a child if he/she lives too […]
Let’s Learn How We Can Link to A Record Using Redirect In this article we’ll look at how you can link to a record using redirect with FileMaker and PHP. In later versions of FileMaker we have Snapshot Links. When you work in a database you can always give someone a Project number when you need to refer […]
In my previous post, Getting Data from a WordPress to FileMaker I detailed how you can get mySQL data (that perhaps comes from a WordPress form submission) into FileMaker. This time I’ll write about how you get that data into your own FileMaker table. I recommend “importing” the data from the mySQL database into a […]
Coding Principles in general When I dabbled in development first time I had no idea I actually was developing. I was just adding a few fields here and there. Mostly I just wanted a way to record information on tracking film materials, dubbing, etc. And for the next decade I did the same: I hacked my […]
Achieving clean data in a FileMaker database is important This is something I’ve bee dealing with for years. It hit me like a large hammer in the chest when one of my users replaced the contents of one field in about 5000 records with HTML she copied from the web. This was done accidentally, and clearly she […]