Some highlights from our active Twitter community from the past week include lots of love for Salesforce Mobile Developer Week, skinny tables, and Nick Tran from @ronaldreed @samruddhi_patil @michaellorg @apurkiss . Continue reading
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Third and final installment in 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 implemented real-time push notifications from Force.com to the Heroku application using WebSockets. Continue reading
The recording, slide deck and code samples from the ‘Intro to Apex’ webinar is now available. Continue reading
Join us on July 24th for an ‘Intro to Apex code’ webinar where we cover the why, how and where of developing with the Apex programming language. Continue reading
Gobble gobble for our American followers …
Here our some of our favorite tweets of the past week from the world of Force.com. Follow @forcedotcom to keep up with these characters!
chrisodavies @forcedotcom JSON.serialize/deserialize in #Winter12 is brilliant. cc @superfell JSON2Apex is really useful.
jhoskins @SFDCMatt Absolutely, I’s amazing how quickly I got use to it. What did we do without it? #click #click #click #Winter12 #forcedotcom
Get ready for the next VMforce webinar on September 9th, and read VMforce Webinar 1 FAQs which are now available. Continue reading
The other day I posted a blog entry demoing some HTML5 touch apps I have been working on. Within that post I mentioned that I had to 'roll my own' REST implementation (just as others out in the community have done). Not wanting to re-invent the wheel, I spent some time with the Alex Toussaint (REST PM) and Chuck Mortimore (everything security) over the past week to see if I could get my hands on the upcoming official REST APIs.
Check out the following video which demonstrates a Java webapp using oAuth2 to authenticate against Salesforce, and then doing a… Continue reading
This morning we conducted two Chatter Developer webinars, launched the Chatter Dev Zone,a Chatter enabled Salesforce org, released a new Chatter Recipes article, and made a sample app, Chatter Bubbles, available. And all of this was before lunch. Continue reading