Published fmOAuth(v0.0.4) to Github

I am Teruhiro Komaki of frudens Inc.

As stated in the title, we released fmOAuth to GitHub.

This time I will write about the announcement and “why did it published to GitHub?”


Please download from the link below.

Please see the image below for usage.

If you have any requests or questions, please feel free to contact us at Gitter!


I am glad that you can tell me when you use it.

Why did it publish to GitHub?

Simply put, I decided that it is better not to call the API from FileMaker, which is no longer necessary for me.

And it is unnecessary to me, but I thought that it might be useful for someone.

Why has it become unnecessary for me …

That’s because it began to develop with Golang.

People who can develop not only in Golang but also in Python, Javascript, PHP, etc, I think that I think the same way as I do.

Also, since there are convenient libraries and packages in any language, compared with FileMaker, it can be developed quite efficiently.

As FileMaker developers also learn general programming languages, the possibility of problem solving will expand, so it is recommended!

It is an image like the following.

Call API directly from FileMaker


Call the API via GAE/Go


What made with Golang


I made a wrapper because the option designation of FMDataMigration is troublesome.


Since I wanted a key-value store at the terminal, I created a CLI tool for managing the column A as the key and the column B as the value in the Google spreadsheet.


However, suddenly “For developers other than FileMaker has high hurdles …”, I think that you can refer to fmOAuth published!

Golang is still studying, but I want to increase what I can do little by little.

I am a Japanese developer. (I am studying English.) I met the FileMaker Platform at the company I worked at the time. Develop a custom App as an in-house developer. Acting as freelance from 2014 and establishing frudens Inc. in 2016. Recently, I use 'Insert From URL'. I enjoy FileMaker and various services in Integration!

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