Second part of a series that explores the design and code for Social Web-to-Lead, a Node.js application running on Heroku that allows Facebook users to save their contact information in Salesforce via a ‘Contact Me’ link. This post reviews how the application uses a Redis database and a custom Apex REST service to implement a more efficient design that consumes fewer Force.com API calls.
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This post describes the design and architecture of Social Web-to-Lead, a Node.js Facebook application running on Heroku that allows Facebook users to enter their contact information via a ‘Contact Me’ link. That information is then captured as a Lead record in Salesforce.
The recording and FAQ from the 4/28/2012 Chatter API webinar is now available. For me, the Chatter API lets me focus on two critical aspects of building Social Enterprise apps: engagement and discover.
A Social Enterprise takes a different perspective on how to engage with your customers, partners and employees. But what about the developer? How can we leverage the Salesforce Platform to develop applications that are inherently social and engaging? Case in point. How can you take one of the most basic (yet powerful) functions of CRM [...]
Cloudforce + Cloudstock is in San Francisco, on March 15th. I am presenting a session titled Social Enterprise Blueprints. This session is going to provide a lightweight methodology designed for individuals looking at how to begin implementing the Social Enterprise.
Come join Logan Henriquez and I for the Chatter REST API developer webinar on June 28th. Aside from lots of code and cool demos, we are going to cover a few different use cases on where the Chatter REST API really changes how the social enterprise works