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[Article] Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9

Jonathan Guthrie-3
New article: Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9

This article discusses the various methods of accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11 (FMSA) for online web applications, and compares the resulting performance under various database calls.
The FileMaker data access methods assessed are:

• FMSA's bundled PHP connector;
• Lasso 9's built in FM Datasource connector;
• Lasso 9's ODBC connector.

More to come soon :)


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Re: [Article] Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9

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Looking forward to this Jono. Articles like this are handy to site when clients start asking about why we use Lasso vs PHP. It shows that LassoSoft is aware of the so-called competition and is working to stay ahead of the curve.

If you have any benchmarking database and code I'd be happy to test them on my systems.

Thanks,
Max

On Aug 3, 2011, at 9:05 AM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:

> New article: Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9
>
> This article discusses the various methods of accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11 (FMSA) for online web applications, and compares the resulting performance under various database calls.
> The FileMaker data access methods assessed are:
>
> • FMSA's bundled PHP connector;
> • Lasso 9's built in FM Datasource connector;
> • Lasso 9's ODBC connector.
>
> More to come soon :)
>
>
> Jono
>
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Re: [Article] Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9

Jonathan Guthrie-3
Thanks Max,

I have another two almost ready to go...

While we are on the subject, I need article topics.

What do *you* as Lasso developers want articles or how-to's about?
While I am here at FM DevCon I have sporadic time gaps where I'm not talking myself hoarse so I can spend that time doing this stuff - it's also not dependant on net connection, which has been sporadic today.

Thanks

On 2011-08-03, at 11:58 AM, Maxwell Klein wrote:

> Looking forward to this Jono. Articles like this are handy to site when clients start asking about why we use Lasso vs PHP. It shows that LassoSoft is aware of the so-called competition and is working to stay ahead of the curve.
>
> If you have any benchmarking database and code I'd be happy to test them on my systems.
>
> Thanks,
> Max
>
> On Aug 3, 2011, at 9:05 AM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>
>> New article: Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9
>>
>> This article discusses the various methods of accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11 (FMSA) for online web applications, and compares the resulting performance under various database calls.
>> The FileMaker data access methods assessed are:
>>
>> • FMSA's bundled PHP connector;
>> • Lasso 9's built in FM Datasource connector;
>> • Lasso 9's ODBC connector.
>>
>> More to come soon :)
>>
>>
>> Jono

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Re: [Article] Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9

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URL please?

--steve


On 8/3/11 at 9:05 AM, [hidden email] (Jonathan Guthrie) pronounced:

> New article: Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9
>
> This article discusses the various methods of accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11
> (FMSA) for online web applications, and compares the resulting performance under
> various database calls.
> The FileMaker data access methods assessed are:
>
> • FMSA's bundled PHP connector;
> • Lasso 9's built in FM Datasource connector;
> • Lasso 9's ODBC connector.
>
> More to come soon :)
>
>
> Jono
>
> ----------------------------
> Jonathan Guthrie
> [hidden email]
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Re: [Article] Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9

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My vote is for more tools, tips, techniques, strategies and integration with AJAX, LJAX, jQuery etc. There's a handful of articles in the LassoSoft library, some excellent contributions from the community floating around, and numerous threads in the list archive. But this is one area I'd like to learn more of in relation to Lasso, or at least have a central page consolidating this information.

Thanks,
Max



On Aug 3, 2011, at 12:07 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:

> Thanks Max,
>
> I have another two almost ready to go...
>
> While we are on the subject, I need article topics.
>
> What do *you* as Lasso developers want articles or how-to's about?
> While I am here at FM DevCon I have sporadic time gaps where I'm not talking myself hoarse so I can spend that time doing this stuff - it's also not dependant on net connection, which has been sporadic today.
>
> Thanks
>
> On 2011-08-03, at 11:58 AM, Maxwell Klein wrote:
>
>> Looking forward to this Jono. Articles like this are handy to site when clients start asking about why we use Lasso vs PHP. It shows that LassoSoft is aware of the so-called competition and is working to stay ahead of the curve.
>>
>> If you have any benchmarking database and code I'd be happy to test them on my systems.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Max
>>
>> On Aug 3, 2011, at 9:05 AM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>>
>>> New article: Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9
>>>
>>> This article discusses the various methods of accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11 (FMSA) for online web applications, and compares the resulting performance under various database calls.
>>> The FileMaker data access methods assessed are:
>>>
>>> • FMSA's bundled PHP connector;
>>> • Lasso 9's built in FM Datasource connector;
>>> • Lasso 9's ODBC connector.
>>>
>>> More to come soon :)
>>>
>>>
>>> Jono
>
> Jono
>
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Re: [Article] Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9

Rachel Guthrie
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On 2011-08-03, at 12:50 PM, Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder wrote:

> URL please?
>
>
http://www.lassosoft.com/Accessing-FileMaker-PHP-vs-Lasso-9

>
>
> On 8/3/11 at 9:05 AM, [hidden email] (Jonathan Guthrie) pronounced:
>
>> New article: Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9
>>
>> This article discusses the various methods of accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11
>> (FMSA) for online web applications, and compares the resulting performance under
>> various database calls.
>> The FileMaker data access methods assessed are:
>>
>> • FMSA's bundled PHP connector;
>> • Lasso 9's built in FM Datasource connector;
>> • Lasso 9's ODBC connector.

Rachel Guthrie
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Re: [Article] Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9

Jonathan Guthrie-3
LOL sorry, I was trying to squeeze off the update in between being mobbed by people here at FM DevCon... as it is I am multitasking now :)
Thanks for the link Rach!

On 2011-08-03, at 1:03 PM, Rachel Guthrie wrote:

> On 2011-08-03, at 12:50 PM, Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder wrote:
>
>> URL please?
>>
>>
> http://www.lassosoft.com/Accessing-FileMaker-PHP-vs-Lasso-9
>
>>
>>
>> On 8/3/11 at 9:05 AM, [hidden email] (Jonathan Guthrie) pronounced:
>>
>>> New article: Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9
>>>
>>> This article discusses the various methods of accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11
>>> (FMSA) for online web applications, and compares the resulting performance under
>>> various database calls.
>>> The FileMaker data access methods assessed are:
>>>
>>> • FMSA's bundled PHP connector;
>>> • Lasso 9's built in FM Datasource connector;
>>> • Lasso 9's ODBC connector.
>
> Rachel Guthrie
> Operations Manager
> http://LassoSoft.com
> [hidden email]
> +1 888-286-7753
> +1 905-251-6169
>
>
>
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Re: [Article] Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9

Jonathan Guthrie-3
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Excellent, so I will do that one next :)
Appreciate the input Max!

On 2011-08-03, at 12:58 PM, Maxwell Klein wrote:

> My vote is for more tools, tips, techniques, strategies and integration with AJAX, LJAX, jQuery etc. There's a handful of articles in the LassoSoft library, some excellent contributions from the community floating around, and numerous threads in the list archive. But this is one area I'd like to learn more of in relation to Lasso, or at least have a central page consolidating this information.
>
> Thanks,
> Max
>
>
>
> On Aug 3, 2011, at 12:07 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>
>> Thanks Max,
>>
>> I have another two almost ready to go...
>>
>> While we are on the subject, I need article topics.
>>
>> What do *you* as Lasso developers want articles or how-to's about?
>> While I am here at FM DevCon I have sporadic time gaps where I'm not talking myself hoarse so I can spend that time doing this stuff - it's also not dependant on net connection, which has been sporadic today.
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> On 2011-08-03, at 11:58 AM, Maxwell Klein wrote:
>>
>>> Looking forward to this Jono. Articles like this are handy to site when clients start asking about why we use Lasso vs PHP. It shows that LassoSoft is aware of the so-called competition and is working to stay ahead of the curve.
>>>
>>> If you have any benchmarking database and code I'd be happy to test them on my systems.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Max
>>>
>>> On Aug 3, 2011, at 9:05 AM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>>>
>>>> New article: Accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11: PHP vs. Lasso 9
>>>>
>>>> This article discusses the various methods of accessing FileMaker Server Advanced 11 (FMSA) for online web applications, and compares the resulting performance under various database calls.
>>>> The FileMaker data access methods assessed are:
>>>>
>>>> • FMSA's bundled PHP connector;
>>>> • Lasso 9's built in FM Datasource connector;
>>>> • Lasso 9's ODBC connector.
>>>>
>>>> More to come soon :)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Jono
>>
>> Jono
>>
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