Back in February, I blogged about how web applications can use OAuth to obtain a token and access the Force.com API on behalf of Portal users; I’ve had a couple of questions on how to build mobile apps that do the same, so here are the details.
Check out the Enterprise Mobile Patterns guide for five key design patterns for building mobile apps on the Salesforce Platform.
Connected Apps is a new feature in the Summer ’13 release that allows external applications to securely connect to Force.com over Identity and Data APIs. Connected Apps replace Remote Access Apps, offering finer granularity over permissions and data that can be accessed. Read more.
Expand your knowledge of how to build mobile apps by completing this step by step tutorial. It builds on the existing tutorial for the AngularJS, Heroku, and Bootstrap mobile pack by adding an Account list.
Starting April 21st, Salesforce Developer User Groups across the globe will begin meeting as part of Mobile Developer Week – a worldwide gathering of developers to meet, learn, and share.
Case Management brings together ad hoc teams to assess, diagnose and resolve customer issues. And, SLAs (Service Level Agreements) drive resolution urgency. But, what happens if issues aren’t communicated in a timely manner? What about the liabilities associated with missing your SLAs?
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Your customers are addicted to apps in their personal lives. They have embraced the ‘there’s an app for that’ approach to getting things done. Now they want the same in their business lives. That’s great news. It means there is a huge opportunity for entrepreneurs to build a new generation of enterprise apps. Read more to discover the key elements of building addictive apps.
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