The other day, FileMaker 17 has been released, the neighborhood is very exciting.
Many developers write articles related to 17.
Therefore, I will write about FileMaker 17 Data API with less information this time.
As the title suggests, I use a terminal but I try to use it with Copy, so feel free to try it.
First of all, about the document.
About the FileMaker Data API
The FileMaker Data API was available from 16, but it was a trial period.
The trial period ended at 17 and it was officially released.
After installing FileMaker Server, you can see the reference at the following URL.
If you look at help it is properly written, so let’s see.
When you installed FileMaker Server, you installed the FileMaker Data API reference files. This reference provides detailed information about all of the calls supported by the FileMaker Data API.
Note:To view the reference information, check that FileMaker Data API access has been enabled in Admin Console. See FileMaker Server Help.
To view the reference in a browser window on the master machine, enter the URLhttps://localhost/fmi/data/apidoc/
To view the reference in a browser window on a remote machine, enter the URLhttps://host/fmi/data/apidoc/where host is the IP address or host name of the master machine running FileMaker Server.
On a Windows server, the reference files are in the folder
[drive]:\Program Files\FileMaker\FileMaker Server\Documentation\Data API Documentationwhere [drive] is the drive on which your FileMaker Server deployment resides.If you install using a non-default location on Windows, your installation location replaces the beginning of the default installation path[drive]:[installation_location]\FileMaker\FileMaker Server\Documentation\Data API Documentation
On a macOS server, the reference files are in the folder/Library/FileMaker Server/Documentation/Data API Documentation
The reference files show variables in the URLs by using a keyword preceded by a colon (:). For example: :database
This guide shows variables in the URLs by using an italic font. For example: database-name
macOS High Sierra (10.13.4)
jq 1.5 (Please install with brew!)
For windows, please do it with cygwin etc.
If I have time, I’ll try to verify.
I am developing the solution called fmSimpleCalendar although it is as the title.
It is a solution using FullCalendar you all know.
It’s a man like this.
As the name suggests, I will try to make it easier to understand by looking at the file without complicated things.
It is the general purpose developer to customize it and incorporate it into your custom app.
I am releasing it as soon as it is under development.
Personally, I think that it is great that you can use the API using any client!
By logging in to Google Cloud Platform with your own account, You created a client to use the API, and You made it available by passing the created client information as a script argument.
You login to Google Cloud Platform with your google account, create a client to use the API, and make it available if you pass the created client information as a script argument.
In addition, you can now download Gmail (via Gmail API).
If you run it on the server side, I think that you can sync Gmail.
I think that it is easy to incorporate it because it implements it only by Insert From URL without using a plug-in or the like.
Please look at the sample file and question if there are unknown points such as script!
Although story changes…
Currently, I create a template file that can easily incorporate FullCalendar that can be used in FileMaker Web Viewer.
I might like to sell it at the Web store, so it may be cheap, but it may be sold for a fee!
In that case, I think that you can purchase by all means m(__)m
If you have an API etc. that you would like to integrate, I hope that you can request.