In 2022, our team shared their thought leadership on dozens of topics. In addition to our videos, webinars, AutoEnter Live event, complimentary demo files, and more, we published 58 blog posts. The following ten blog posts from this year, however, were the most popular with our readers.
1. FileMaker 19.5
Claris FileMaker launched 19.5 earlier in the year. After reviewing the release notes and exploring new functionality, Wim Decorte, our Director of the Claris Practice and Senior Technical Architect, shared thoughts on the most important changes and feature additions.
2. How to Use Salesforce Omni-Channel Routing to Automate Your Case Assignments
If you’re running a customer support or call center, you know that getting the right support request to the right agent at the right time can be a real challenge. Salesforce can help address this challenge, and we’ve shared how to automate your case assignments in Salesforce with Salesforce Omni-Channel routing to do so.
3. FileMaker OAuth: Reverse Proxy in Front of Keycloak Identity Provider
Over the last few years, we’ve shared quite a bit of content on using OAuth identity providers to manage FileMaker users. Earlier in the year, we shared insights about Keycloak, an open-source identity provider for FileMaker that works both on-premise and in the cloud.
4. The New Claris Platform
On September 8, 2022, Claris unveiled the new Claris Platform. We now have two platforms: the existing FileMaker platform and its new Claris Platform counterpart. While we’ve been releasing new insights as we dig into the functionality, our initial response to the release is our fourth-most popular post of the year.
5. Deploying Claris Server
Claris Server is the equivalent of FileMaker Server but part of the new Claris Platform and directly tied to your Claris subscription or ‘org.’
6. FileMaker 19.5.1 Admin API and Other Updates
Sure FileMaker 19.6 recently launched, but 19.5 still has relevant feature updates for your FileMaker application. For example, if you use the Admin API to help manage your FileMaker Server, you should consider exploring new functionality regarding backups.
7. Translating Auto-generated cURL to FileMaker cURL
When you set out to integrate your FileMaker solution with an API, you’ll often find cURL examples in the API’s documentation. Learn how to translate these auto-generated cURL to FileMaker cURL. This post includes a helpful demo file.
8. Teleportation for Your Found Sets
TOG-hopping is a great way to save a found set so that you can restore it in your FileMaker application. A TOG is a Table Occurrence Group, a cluster of connected TOs. Learn how to get started.
9. Claris FileMaker: A Year in Review — 19.2 Through 19.4.2
Our readers often enjoy our recaps of versions and changes that Claris makes over a time period. Our ninth-most popular blog post covers a year of Claris updates, spanning 19.2 through 19.4.2. Learn about the functionality we thought made the biggest difference here.
10. Microsoft Retires Basic Authentication for Interacting with its Email Services
Earlier in the year, Microsoft retired basic authentication for its email services. This move has huge implications for users who send or receive emails from their FileMaker solutions. We’re outlining your next best step in our tenth-most popular blog post.
Insights Ahead in 2023
We’re looking forward to sharing more guides, feature explanations, and platform insights with you and our other readers in 2023. Stay tuned for more thought leadership on FileMaker, Salesforce, AWS, and cloud native application development.