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MBS @ FMTraining.TV

Check out the FMTraining.tv website. Richard Carlton and his team do a daily free live stream about FileMaker to watch. And they have a huge library of FileMaker training material to watch and learn all about the Claris FileMaker product family.

A few days ago Christian Schmitz from Monkeybread Software joined a live episode to talk a bit about the MBS FileMaker Plugin. Watch it on YouTube.

We show some tricks on how to use hotkeys to do tricks in the Script Workspace like insert a snippet of script lines. And then we look around for a few Windows related plugin functions.

Do you like this video?

Please let Richard know and send him your wishes or ideas for future live broadcast as well as topics for training videos. And check out the FileMaker Training bundles as well as their new book for FileMaker.


Invitation à la 7e Conférence Québécoise des Développeurs Filemaker®

Once again our friends in Canada organise a FileMaker conference in Montreal, so time to practice some French:

Le Regroupement FMQC.CA vous convie à son grand rassemblement, les 15-16 septembre 2022, à l’Auberge Saint-Gabriel du Vieux-Montréal, afin d’apprendre les astuces enseignées par des intervenants de la scène internationale et de découvrir les nouveautés de la plateforme FileMaker qui nous tient tant à cœur et qui nous passionne.

Un total de 14 sessions et topos seront présentés par des intervenants provenant de la France, des États-Unis, de l’Ontario et du Québec. La CQDF 2022 regroupera près de 100 développeurs de tous les niveaux, qui ensemble, rejoignent un bassin de plus de 5000 utilisateurs FileMaker de tous les coins du Québec ainsi qu’ailleurs dans le monde.

Situé en plein cœur du Vieux-Montréal, l’Auberge Saint-Gabriel est à quelques minutes de marche de la station de métro Place d’Armes (ligne Orange). L’accès internet sans fil sera offert tout au long des conférences.

Vous pouvez vous inscrire directement sur le site web de la conférence avant le 12 juin 2022 et ainsi profiter d’un rabais «Réservation hâtive» de 50$ sur les frais d'inscription.

Monkeybread Software sponsors this event and if possible, I hope to see you there!

Heads up for open events in Xojo Web 1

While debugging a bigger Xojo application written in Web 1 this week, we repeatedly run into the same issues. The web framework regularly and reproducible cause problems in JavaScript when an object gets accessed before it is created.

Over the days on debugging, I reproduced this for a couple of methods if those get called in the Open event. Please note the Open event is run before the control is constructed in the browser, while the Shown event is run after its creation.

To Identity possible cases, we when through controls and set hundreds of properties and called hundreds of methods to figure out possible candidates. Later we search those in our big project to check if one of our bug reports is caused in such a way. I got this list of candidates: (more)

Trace with parameter names

Our MBS Trace function will get an upgrade for the version 12.1 of MBS FileMaker Plugin: Since we now sync parameter names as metadata into our C code, we can show it in the user interface on macOS, currently planned with a tooltip on function names:



We add Plugin.GetFunctionParameters function to query it programmatically and we use it to annotate our trace logs:

09:02:16.113929+0100 MBS Plugin version 12.0.0.10 for Mac 64-bit loaded for FileMaker Pro 19.4.
09:02:35.847284+0100 Script "Run" in file "Barcode Generation".
09:02:35.847336+0100 MBS Plugin call #1 with 10 parameters.
09:02:35.847382+0100 Parameter 0 FunctionName: "Barcode.Generate"
09:02:35.847413+0100 Parameter 1 symbology: "UPCE"
09:02:35.847453+0100 Parameter 2 Text: "1123456"
09:02:35.847482+0100 Parameter 3 width: 0
09:02:35.847510+0100 Parameter 4 height: 0
09:02:35.847548+0100 Parameter 5 rotation: 0
09:02:35.847589+0100 Parameter 6 scale: 4
09:02:35.847629+0100 Parameter 7 Transparent: 0
09:02:35.847656+0100 Parameter 8 ShowText: 1
09:02:35.847681+0100 Parameter 9 Encoding: "UTF-8"
09:02:36.246356+0100 Result #1: "18001"
09:02:36.246474+0100 MBS Plugin call #2 with 1 parameters.
09:02:36.246511+0100 Parameter 0 FunctionName: "IsError"
09:02:36.246659+0100 Result #2: 0
09:02:36.246854+0100 MBS Plugin call #3 with 3 parameters.
09:02:36.246887+0100 Parameter 0 FunctionName: "GMImage.WriteToPNGContainer"
09:02:36.246915+0100 Parameter 1 ImageRef: "18001"
09:02:36.246939+0100 Parameter 2 Filename: "barcode.png"
09:02:36.259191+0100 Result #3: Binary Data with 3 streams, 2503 Bytes in total: FNAM "file:barcode.png", PNGf "‰PNG........IHDR...8...Ø.....@ْé....bKGD.ÿ.ÿ.ÿ ½§“...|IDATxÚíÝÑn›@.@ÁRõÿ\^?™¾¶‘bä°ËÂñÌkd..@G˕Ùö}ß\^?ñc", SIZE 568 x 472
09:02:36.259617+0100 MBS Plugin call #4 with 2 parameters.
09:02:36.259660+0100 Parameter 0 FunctionName: "GMImage.Destroy"
09:02:36.259690+0100 Parameter 1 ImageRef: "18001"
09:02:36.260021+0100 Result #4: "OK"

As you see the parameter names are now showing there right in the log. We hope this helps you debug the functions.
Coming soon in 12.1pr1.

Prepare a Xojo Web 1 app for Web 2

Last week we had a Moving from Web 1 to Web 2 with lots of experiences I got when moving an app from older to newer web frameworks in Xojo.

While Web 1.0 apps with Xojo still work well, we have to make preparations for the eventual move. Some applications may just get obsolete and may never need to be ported. But some critical business applications need to survive. Eventually something will fail in the next years. May it be a change in JavaScript, CSS or HTML handling in a browser. It may be a minor thing somewhere, but if it drives users insane, it will come to our desk.

What web controls do we use?

Please search for the following things as they may be gone now:

  • WebAnimator
  • WebScrollbar
  • WebPageSource
  • WebSeparator
  • WebYoutubeMovie
  • And WebDialog with palette mode

Since those controls are gone in Web 2, you have to look if you use any of them and consider replacements.

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XML and JSON Colorize for Dark Mode

As more people now use dark mode on macOS and Windows for the GUI, it's time to update our XML.Colorize and JSON.Colorize functions:



We get a new parameter DarkMode for those functions to turn on using a different color set. We not just swap black and white, but also make the colors a bit lighter.
Will come in 12.1pr1 next month.

Which would you prefer?

MBS FileMaker Plugin 12.0 - More than 6700 Functions In One Plugin

Nickenich, Germany - (January 18th, 2022) -- MonkeyBread Software today is pleased to announce MBS FileMaker Plugin 12.0 for macOS, iOS, Linux and Windows, the latest update to their product that is easily the most powerful plugin currently available for Claris FileMaker produce line. As the leading database management solution for Windows, macOS, iOS and the web, the Claris FileMaker Pro Integrated Development Environment supports a plugin architecture that can easily extend the feature set of the application. MBS FileMaker Plugin 12.0 has been updated and now includes over 6700 different functions, and the versatile plugin has gained more new functions:

For our developers using macOS we got a great new feature for the Script Workspace: Auto Complete. Our plugin can scan the lines in the script to find variable definitions and then present you possible variables names to auto complete in the calculation dialogs. For Let statements we can additionally auto complete local variable names starting with ¢ (cent), _ (underscore) and ~ (tilde) characters.

We updated our tools buttons in calculation dialogs and added two new buttons there: You can now add or remove table occurrence prefixes for field names within calculation dialogs. This may help when you copy calculations between field definition and data viewer. And for value lists we can now show the IDs and we have functions to convert between names and identifiers of value lists.

Our SQL functions got an optimisation to better handle numbers and avoid the inprecision of double data type in most cases. Databases supporting decimal types with exact precision should now handle numbers correctly. For SQL within FileMaker our new FM.ExecuteFileSQLValue can load a single value via SQL from a FileMaker table and return it to you. This preserves the data type and numbers, containers and time/date values are not converted to text.

Our WebHook functions got a new timeout property to prevent connections staying open forever without sending a request. With WebRequest.GetState you can now query the state of a request.

For Files functions we added functions to query file extension hidden and backup exclusion state on macOS. We improved Events functions to query contact identifier for a birthday event.

For DynaPDF we have new methods for complex text rendering. This includes defining alternative font lists (currently Windows only) and doing automatic font substitution.

For AVRecorder on Windows we added AVRecorder.VideoResolutions to query resolutions on Windows and pick one with AVRecorder.SetVideoDevice function.

We added a new Preferences.List function to list preference keys. The Text.TextToHTML function can handle subscript and superscript text. The ProgressDialog.SetPositionWindowCentered function can center progress dialog on top of a window. For our use of LibXML, we now explicitly disable network access. And XML.Query function can now take namespaces in quotes. The WordFile functions can now better handle tab character in text.

Finally we updated the archive library to version 3.5.2, cpuid to 0.51, CURL to 7.81.0, DynaPDF to 4.0.65.167, expat to 2.4.1, LCMS to 2.13rc1, lz4 to 1.9.3, openssl to 1.1.1l, SQLAPI to 5.1.8, SQLite to 3.37.0, ssh2 to 1.10.0, SystemInfo.CPUBrandString to work on Apple Silicon, and LibXL to version 4.0.1.

See release notes for a complete list of changes.

MonkeyBread Software Releases the MBS Xojo Plugins in version 22.0

Nickenich, Germany - (January 18th, 2022) -- MonkeyBread Software today is pleased to announce MBS Xojo Plugins 22.0 for macOS, Linux and Windows, the latest update to their product that is easily the most powerful plugin collection currently available for Xojo. MBS Xojo Plugins have been updated and now includes over 2900 classes and 77,000 documented features, and the versatile plugins have gained more new functions:

We got a new control for you based on the Scintilla library: ScintillaControlMBS. The new control is an advanced text editor to edit code in various languages. It provides lexers for syntax highlighting in over 100 languages including SQL, JavaScript and HTML. We added a Xojo lexer to highlight code for XojoScript.

As well as features found in standard text editing components, Scintilla includes features especially useful when editing and debugging source code. These include support for syntax styling, error indicators, code completion and call tips. The selection margin can contain markers like those used in debuggers to indicate breakpoints and the current line. Styling choices are more open than with many editors, allowing the use of proportional fonts, bold and italics, multiple foreground and background colours and multiple fonts.

Our plugin includes built-in libraries for MacOS 64-bit, Windows 32/64-bit and Linux 64-bit, so you can use it without external libraries. But if you like, you can alternatively load your own libraries. You can have multiple controls work on the same documents providing different views and you can asynchronously load big text documents.

For DynaPDF we have new methods for complex text rendering. This includes defining alternative font lists (currently Windows only) and doing automatic font substitution. You can now delete optional content nodes in a PDF document. And for the optimize feature we can either skip some color spaces or only convert some color spaces.

The Contacts framework on macOS can report all changes to your address book via the new classes to fetch contacts history. This allows full synchronized applications to react to changes the user makes in other applications in the contacts database.

For macOS we added NSTextBlockMBS, NSTextTableMBS and related classes to handle tables within RTF with NSAttributedStringMBS class. We improved EventKit framework classes to add more properties for birthday, structuredLocation and contactPredicate. For our WKWebViewControlMBS control we got an event to show a file dialog. The MKMapViewMBS class can now zoom to show all annotations using our new ShowAllAnnotations method.

Our LCMS related classes for color management now support pre-multiplied conversions. The new helper function DetectRGBProfileGamma can try to calculate the gamme level.

For Xojo 2021r3 we added over 100 more methods to take DesktopWindow instead of just Window, so you can pass whatever you prefer. A couple of window properties got changed to Variant, so you can assign either there. We adjusted event names of our Desktop Controls to match Xojo's event names and changed the view of our controls in the IDE.

The WordFileMBS class can now replace text and handle tab characters there. For our use of LibXML we disabled network access explicitly and CPUBrandString function now can handle Apple M1.

Finally we updated the archive library to version 3.5.2, cpuid to 0.51, CURL to 7.81.0, DynaPDF to 4.0.65.167, expat library to 2.4.1, LCMS library to 2.13rc1, lz4 library to 1.9.3, openssl to 1.1.1l, SQLAPI to 5.1.8, SQLite to 3.37.0, ssh2 library to 1.10.0, taglib library to 1.12, and LibXL to version 4.0.1,

See release notes for a complete list of changes.

Neues MBS FileMaker Plugin 12.0

18. Januar 2022 - Monkeybread Software veröffentlicht heute das MBS FileMaker Plugin für FileMaker in Version 12.0, mit inzwischen über 6700 Funktionen eines der größten FileMaker Plugins überhaupt. Hier einige der Neuerungen:

Für unsere Entwickler auf macOS haben wir eine großartige neue Funktion für den Skript-Arbeitsbereich: Auto-Vervollständigen. Unser Plugin kann die Zeilen im Skript nach Variablendefinitionen durchsuchen und Ihnen dann mögliche Variablennamen zur automatischen Vervollständigung in den Formeldialogen präsentieren. Bei SetzeVar Anweisungen können wir zusätzlich lokale Variablennamen automatisch vervollständigen, die mit den Zeichen ¢ (Cent), _ (Unterstrich) und ~ (Tilde) beginnen.

Wir haben die Werkzeuge im Berechnungsdialog um zwei Buttons hinzugefügt: Sie können jetzt Tabellenauftreten-Präfixe für Feldnamen in Formeldialogfeldern hinzufügen oder entfernen. Dies kann hilfreich sein, wenn Sie Berechnungen zwischen Felddefinition und Datenanzeige kopieren. Und für Wertelisten können wir jetzt die IDs anzeigen und wir haben Funktionen zur Konvertierung zwischen Namen und Bezeichnern für Wertelisten.

Unsere SQL-Funktionen wurden optimiert, um besser mit Zahlen umgehen zu können und die Ungenauigkeit von Double-Datentypen in den meisten Fällen zu vermeiden. Datenbanken, die Dezimaltypen mit exakter Genauigkeit unterstützen, sollten nun korrekt mit Zahlen umgehen. Für SQL innerhalb von FileMaker kann unser neues FM.ExecuteFileSQLValue einen einzelnen Wert über SQL aus einer FileMaker-Tabelle laden und an Sie zurückgeben. Dabei bleibt der Datentyp erhalten und Zahlen, Container und Zeit-/Datumswerte werden nicht nach Text konvertiert.

Unsere WebHook-Funktionen haben eine neue Timeout-Eigenschaft erhalten, um zu verhindern, dass Verbindungen ewig offen bleiben, ohne dass eine Anfrage gesendet wird. Mit WebRequest.GetState können Sie nun den Status einer Anfrage abfragen.

Bei den Dateifunktionen wurden Funktionen zur Abfrage von versteckten Dateierweiterungen und zum Ausschluss von Backups unter macOS hinzugefügt. Wir haben die Events-Funktionen verbessert, um die Kontaktkennung für ein Geburtstagsereignis abzufragen.

Für DynaPDF gibt es neue Methoden für komplexes Textrendering. Dazu gehören die Definition alternativer Schriftartenlisten (derzeit nur für Windows) und die automatische Ersetzung von Schriften.

Für AVRecorder unter Windows haben wir AVRecorder.VideoResolutions hinzugefügt, um Auflösungen unter Windows abzufragen und mit der Funktion AVRecorder.SetVideoDevice auszuwählen.

Wir haben eine neue Funktion Preferences.List hinzugefügt, um Namen für Voreinstellungen aufzulisten. Die Funktion Text.TextToHTML kann mit tief- und hochgestelltem Text umgehen. Die Funktion ProgressDialog.SetPositionWindowCentered kann den Fortschrittsdialog am oberen Rand eines Fensters zentrieren. Für unsere Verwendung von LibXML deaktivieren wir jetzt explizit den Netzwerkzugriff. Und die Funktion XML.Query kann nun Namespaces in Anführungszeichen akzeptieren. Die WordFile-Funktionen können nun besser mit Tabulatorzeichen im Text umgehen.

Schließlich haben wir die Archivbibliothek auf Version 3.5.2, cpuid auf 0.51, CURL auf 7.81.0, DynaPDF auf 4.0.65.167, expat auf 2.4.1, LCMS auf 2.13rc1, lz4 auf 1. 9.3, openssl auf 1.1.1l, SQLAPI auf 5.1.8, SQLite auf 3.37.0, ssh2 auf 1.10.0, SystemInfo.CPUBrandString für Apple Silicon und LibXL auf Version 4.0.1.

Alle Änderungen in den Release Notes.

Professional software release

Let us show you 10 steps on what to think about for professional software releases:

  • Release often

    Do frequent smaller releases, so you can better train your releases.
    If you do it once a year, you forget all the steps and miss some.

  • Plan your releases. When do you intent to release?

    Start the process a week before, at least to be sure you are ready.
    You may prefer to targeting specific weeks, where you have no family event planned or vacation.
    Or release a week before a conference, so the release is out and you can present it.

  • Write down all steps needed.

    Setup a list of things you do for a release. That may start a week before with drafting announcement texts.
    Your list needs to include what files to update (readme files), what things to copy where, how to build, code sign, package, notarize and upload the app.
    It is very easy to miss an important step early and then you have to redo a lot of steps.
    Try the steps on another computer for a training release, so you can make sure nothing is missing or depends on an application installed on the computer.
    Always great if multiple people could do the job on multiple computers.

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MBS Xojo Plugins, version 22.0pr9

New in this prerelease of the 22.0 plugins:
  • Updated DynaPDF to version 4.0.65.167.
Download: monkeybreadsoftware.com/xojo/download/plugin/Prerelease/ or from Dropbox.
Or ask us to be added to our shared Dropbox folder.

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 12.0pr9

New in this prerelease of version 12.0 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin:
  • Updated DynaPDF to version 4.0.65.167.
Download at monkeybreadsoftware.com/filemaker/files/Prerelease/, in Dropbox folder or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

MBS Xojo Plugins, version 22.0pr8

New in this prerelease of the 22.0 plugins:
  • Fixed AVCaptureViewControlMBS control to not crash IDE.
  • Changed how our controls look in the IDE by default. Shows the control name and version.
  • Added library icon for ScintillaControlMBS control.
  • Added runOpenPanelWithParameters event to WKWebViewControlMBS control and runOpenPanelWithParametersCompleted method to call later with result.
Download: monkeybreadsoftware.com/xojo/download/plugin/Prerelease/ or from Dropbox.
Or ask us to be added to our shared Dropbox folder.

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 12.0pr8

New in this prerelease of version 12.0 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.com/filemaker/files/Prerelease/, in Dropbox folder or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Register Script for MBS Plugin

Did you know that we two functions to register: Register and StoreRegistration. You know the difference is whether you register until FileMaker quits or permanently. For most users, StoreRegistration is now the better choice. The license key is written to the preferences file and the plugin is registered when launched.

Your license script may look like this for a seats license:

# Register MBS Plugin:
If [ MBS("IsRegistered") ≠ 1 ]
  Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS("StoreRegistration"; "Your Name"; "Complete"; "5 Seats"; 202212; "...") ]
  If [$r ≠ "OK"]
    Show Custom Dialog ["Problem with MBS Plugin Registration"; $r]
  End If
End If

With checking using IsRegistered function, we avoid to register again and again on each startup, which just wastes CPU time. And by using StoreRegistration, the license key is stored permanently, so this script doesn't need to run again until the old license key expired. When it expired and a new plugin doesn't accept it, the stored key gets deleted on startup silently and the script can install a new key. (more)

Moving from Web 1 to Web 2

Now we are 2022 and Web 2 is out there for two years. We still have to move some Web 1 projects to Web 2 and we build up technical debt by waiting. If an easy transition is not possible, the decision may be to either rewrite projects from scratch in Web 2 or to move to other tools beside Xojo. But let's look into the details:

One thing we used a lot of control sets. Those are still not supported for Web 2 as of Xojo 2021r3. You can open the old project in the new IDE and they show in the control list as group (since the IDE can do it for desktop controls). But it won't compile for some reason. When you try to create a new control set, you get the message in the IDE, that control arrays are not supported. Reworking old projects with hundreds of controls in control arrays doesn't sound practically.

We use styles in our projects. The WebStyle objects import, but the editor for them is gone. They are basically now passed to compiler as classes, so all style assignments need to be reworked. Sadly the new IDE doesn't show any more what style is assigned to a button, so we would have to go through all controls in the old IDE to write down which style was assigned to which control and recreate that in code. For most styles, we may get rid of them by putting in a global bootstrap.css file into the project to define the base styling for the whole app.

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Contacts history for Xojo

As you may know we need to get rid of the older Addressbook framework and move everyone to newer Contacts framework. One of the feature we missed so far was querying history of contacts, so we can synchronise our database in the application with the system contacts database.

For the upcoming version 22.0 of MBS Xojo Plugins we add the CNChangeHistoryFetchRequestMBS class. This class allows you to build a request with various options like whether to include groups or whether to unify results. Here is some sample code:

Sub QueryHistory() // prepare request Dim request As New CNChangeHistoryFetchRequestMBS request.shouldUnifyResults = True request.includeGroupChanges = true request.startingToken = LastTimeToken // nil for all, old token to find new stuff // ask for more keys, so we have data to display dim keys() as CNKeyDescriptorMBS keys.Append CNContactMBS.CNContactOrganizationNameKey keys.Append CNContactMBS.CNContactGivenNameKey keys.Append CNContactMBS.CNContactFamilyNameKey keys.Append CNContactMBS.CNContactTypeKey request.setAdditionalContactKeyDescriptors keys dim error as NSErrorMBS dim result as CNFetchResultMBS = m.enumeratorForChangeHistoryFetchRequest(request, error) if error <> nil then MessageBox error.LocalizedDescription else ShowHistory result LastTimeToken = result.currentHistoryToken end if End Sub
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Our button to add or remove table occurrences

As you may know we have some tools in the plugin for macOS to make the live easier in FileMaker. For various dialogs to enter calculations we got check syntax and evaluate buttons. That is convenient to make a syntax check or to evaluate the current calculation in the current context to test it without closing the dialog.

For MBS FileMaker Plugin in version 12.0 we change the buttons to be a segmented control with four segments to do the syntax check, evaluate and now adding and removing table occurrences:

As you see we got a button labeled "+ TO" and one named "- TO". The labels may change later in case we localise it or find nice graphics for them. The buttons run some code from the plugin to lookup the field names in the table on the left with the table name from the popup menu above. This may help you when you have to copy calculations from field definitions to calculations in scripts or data viewer.

Internally we use a regular expression to do this and it looks for the field names and add the prefix for the table occurrence for you. Same for removing where we look for table::field combination and replace with only field names.

Please try the feature in 12.0pr7 or upcoming pr8 to help us fix all bug before release. The feature is available on macOS for various dialogs including field definition dialog and data viewer.


MBS Xojo Plugins, version 22.0pr7

New in this prerelease of the 22.0 plugins: Download: monkeybreadsoftware.com/xojo/download/plugin/Prerelease/ or from Dropbox.
Or ask us to be added to our shared Dropbox folder.

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 12.0pr7

New in this prerelease of version 12.0 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.com/filemaker/files/Prerelease/, in Dropbox folder or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Older blog entries:

2022-01-08 One year Xojo MVP
2022-01-07 MBS @ FMTraining.TV
2022-01-06 MBS Xojo Plugins, version 22.0pr6
2022-01-06 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 12.0pr6
2022-01-06 MBS @ FMTraining.TV
2022-01-05 FileMaker Konferenz 2022 in Hamburg
2022-01-03 xDev Magazine 20.1
2022-01-01 MBS Xojo Plugins, version 22.0pr5
2022-01-01 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 12.0pr5
2022-01-01 Happy new year 2022
2021-12-30 Upcoming FileMaker Training Live Broadcast
2021-12-29 Three days till year's end
2021-12-27 Upcoming changes for 2022 in MBS Plugins
2021-12-24 Merry Christmas
2021-12-22 MBS Xojo Plugins, version 21.6pr4
2021-12-22 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 11.6pr4
2021-12-14 MBS Xojo Plugins, version 21.6pr3
2021-12-14 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 11.6pr3
2021-12-13 log4j
2021-12-13 Invitation à la 7e Conférence Québécoise des Développeurs Filemaker®

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