Here's a quick update on a few projects that I'm working on...
Last week's preview webinar of FMEasyWeb was a big success. Attendance was high, and there has been quite a bit of interest in the project. That's the good news.
The bad news is that the recording of the webinar seems to have failed. I'm not sure what the cause was, but the video is usually available shortly after a Join.me session, and it has yet to appear.
So I'm going to re-record the demo portion of the Webinar, and will make that available online. I'm hoping to get to that sometime this week. Stay tuned to my blog and Twitter for updates.
A few weeks ago I announced a project called fmStripe. fmStripe is a Web-based solution that integrates the Stripe payment processing system with FileMaker databases. It's my first commercial solution, and I'm pretty excited about it.
Originally fmStripe was only going to support receiving payments from customers for existing invoices. Today I added a feature today that also makes it possible to process payments for online orders. For example, I'll be using fmStripe to actually sell and fulfill online orders for fmStripe itself. (How's that for meta?)
I wrapped up fmStripe v1.0 this evening. I still need to do some additional testing, documentation, and so on. If all goes well, I'll release fmStripe this Friday, April 10th.
fmStripe will be available for $300.00 USD. However, subscribers to my newsletter will receive a coupon code at launch. So if you're interested in fmStripe, you should signup today.
That's all for now. Thanks for your interest in FMEasyWeb and fmStripe.