New GoZync 4 Faster syncs + Easier integration = Happier Developers
What is GoZync?
GoZync is a scriptable, dependable sync system you can add to your FileMaker Go apps. Built by FileMaker Developers for FileMaker Developers, GoZync lets you use craft custom sycn workflows to perfectly fit your application. Its not a black box, or a server application. Its pure FileMaker through and through.
What you get
GoZync™ is both the scripts for doing offline sync in FileMaker Go and a set of example files to get you started.
The GoZync Engine Two FileMaker files on your server/host machine which manage the transactions between mobile files and your hosted solution. The engine also delivers new builds of your mobile files to users' devices.
Template Files You'll get an example mobile file already wired with GoZync and optimized to look great on the iPhone and iPad.
Use this file as a starting point for your own mobile file, or copy the GoZync code from it into your own mobile file.
Download the free version: LowZync
Checkout our free version and see how you can add GoZync to your own files.
Sync 1 table with up to 10 mobile devices: more limitations here.
For some projects, this may be all the sync you need.
GoZync in action on the iPad.
integrate GoZync into a brand new file
Watch as we make some changes that break the sync and let GoZync help us repair that.
Find more info, case studies, requirements, and documentation at seedcode.com/gozync
SeedCode can wire GoZync into your existing files and get you up and running. Get in touch if you'd like to know more.
I appreciate all your help. The syncing is working awesome! GoZync was central to the success of this and future products!!!
"Problem solved. GoZync works a charm. Me very happy, customer breaths sigh of relief! Thanks for being there. It's why I recommend SeedCode products to my clients. At the end of the day, I know the products are well tested, the documentation is probably the best out there, and the support is like having a friend you can run to next door."
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TimeZync is an elegant little FileMaker template that lets users log time on the iPhone. Designed to be absolutely the quickest data entry experience possible, nothing gets in the way of your users entering their time.
Log time against projects, phases, tasks, and/or work types.
TimeZync is completely unlocked for you to modify, extend, and point at your own files.
Learn more about TimeZync.
GoMaps is an unlocked template for FileMaker Go that lets you add Google Map views to your mobile solutions. Taking a list of your records as input you can now show that found set on a map within your FMGo solution. You can even customize the map’s pin colors and the pop-over details that show when you click on a pin in the map. Buttons within the map can run scripts in your FileMaker Go file, such a jumping to a record in form view, or marking a record complete.
Learn more about GoMaps.
Learn more about GoMaps.
Sync to SQL Sources
GoZync can leverage FileMaker's ESS (External SQL Source) support to let you sync your mobile app with hosted SQL sources including Oracle and MySQL tables
Now Even Faster
GoZync 3.172 dramatically improves the speed of pulling data down to your mobile devices. And since GoZync is written solely in FileMaker Pro, it's easy to make the new script changes in existing deployments. Learn how to bring your copy up to 3.172 here:
- Stat Bio-Medical goes paperless with GoZync for medical device service.
- FileMaker Platinum firm IT Solutions chooses GoZync to power an app for the Center for Disabilities Studies
- Noble Casing's iPad app for inspecting the work on Oil Rigs: RigMan
- FileMaker Platinum firm FullCity Consulting are GoZync experts and have completed a great app for syncing on-site water quality inspections back to their customer’s main office.
Articles and links about sync, FileMaker Go, and designing offline applications:
- "Modular" Sync and the Urgency of Mobile Work
- FileMaker Sync: What we've learned syncing FileMaker Go apps
- FileMaker Go: Best Practices (a series of articles on seedcode's blog)