Posted by Stuart Woodhouse on 11 May, 2016
A quick update to say that we have tested Reactor with FileMaker 15 and haven't found any issues. We will continue to test it over the coming weeks and if any issues are identified we will post an update.
Posted by Stuart Woodhouse on 02 July, 2015
After a month of testing Version 5 we are now delighted to release a full version.
Reactor 5 is now fully 64 bit making it compatible with FileMaker 14 - the way of the future! We’ll be adding some Blackbox updates soon but for now getting this new version out and stable has been the priority.
Posted by Craig Saunders on 29 May, 2015
Reactor 5 pre-release is now available for both Mac and Windows...
Posted by Stuart Woodhouse on 20 May, 2015
We are pleased to announce that we now have available a beta release in both 32 and 64 bit for compatibility with FileMaker 14.
At this stage the release is only for OS X, we are aiming to have a Windows version available early next week.
Posted by Stuart Woodhouse on 13 May, 2015
A quick message to let you know that we are working on a FileMaker 14 compatible version of the Reactor plugin.
Posted by Stuart Woodhouse on 04 November, 2014
We would like to welcome a couple of others to the Fusion Plugins team, both of who will be helping with your support questions.
Posted by Craig on 08 April, 2014
Reactor v4 brings FileMaker 13 compatibility and updated BlackBox controls for compatibility with Internet Explorer 10 and 11, and Safari 6 on the Mac...
Posted by Craig Saunders on 10 December, 2013
FileMaker 13 no longer supports the older SQL engine we've been using to drive Reactor, so we've been beavering away on a new version of Reactor that uses the new SQL engine...
We're in testing now and still have a few issues to resolve but we expect to release it within the next few days.
Posted by Wendy Wethey on 30 August, 2011
Reactor v3.5.7b is available for download. We've made some enhancements, fixed some issues, and tested that we're OK under Mac OS X Lion.
Posted by Craig Saunders on 01 October, 2010
Announcing Reactor v3.5 heralding a new CalendarPack, major enhancements to the ChartPack, a raft of performance improvements and new features including HTTP commands and DoSQL. We’ll be showing it off in Boston and New York during the first week of October...
Posted by Sam Sehnert on 14 January, 2010
The BlackBox Builder is ready for primetime! Read more to find out what the new and (much) improved BlackBox Builder is capable of.
Posted by Craig Saunders on 22 October, 2009
Reactor is going on a World Tour covering Tokyo, London, Gothenburg, and Phoenix...
Posted by Sam Sehnert on 15 September, 2009
The GanttChartPro, Beta 2. Windows compatibility - now available for beta testing.
Posted by Sam Sehnert on 04 September, 2009
Check out the latest greatest BlackBox control: The GanttChartPro, now available for beta testing.
Posted by Sam Sehnert on 31 August, 2009
Reactor is all good under Snow Leopard! In fact, it runs better than ever!
Posted by Sam Sehnert on 28 August, 2009
Reactor 3.0.1 is now available for download.
Posted by Sam Sehnert on 27 August, 2009
Where have all the tutorials gone? Our Documentation Wiki!
Posted by Sam Sehnert on 26 November, 2008
The Reactor Developer Pack has been updated for the latest release of Reactor!
Posted by Craig Saunders on 25 November, 2008
Did you know there's a syntax for returning IDs from our popup menu control?
Posted by Craig on 19 November, 2008
Check this out: Thomas Seidler has improved the liveFilter technique using relationships to provide more flexible searching and avoid the multiline key we used in our demo...
Posted by Craig on 13 November, 2008
If you use the LiveField as a filter you probably want to have the cursor appear in it on arrival at the layout but if you script a "Goto Object" command after your Goto Layout command, it doesn't seem to work... here's why and how to get around that.
Posted by Sam Sehnert on 13 November, 2008
Released Japanese Translation of the demo file. Improved reliability/ordering/queueing for reactor callbacks and much more...