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For Force.com MVP Ankit Arora, the recent Salesforce Platform Developer User Group meeting in New Delhi was a life changer. Continue reading
With cloud computing being top of mind for developers in the Indian subcontinent , we are seeing large groups of developers jumping on board to learn about building next generation apps on the Salesforce Platform. The excitement is building up news with local developer community leaders identifying themselves to lead Salesforce Platform Developer User Groups in Bangalore, New Delhi, Sri Lanka, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Kochi and Chennai.
Are you an individual developer who is interested in building apps on the Salesforce Platform, wants to dive deep into the Salesforce Platform or would like build your future career on… Continue reading
The declarative model for creating applications is one of the key strengths of the Force.com platform, and we’re always looking for ways to improve on the experience. With Summer ’12 we’ve got some updates which should make the process of extending your functionality with “clicks not code” even more powerful.
Reparenting of Master-Detail Relationships
With Summer ’12, you’ll be able to reparent a detail record to a different master record. To allow this behavior, you’ll need to select “Allow reparenting” with the Master-Detail definition of the field, and it will still be false by default.
Summer ’12 will… Continue reading
Quick poll before we begin. What device are you reading this blog post on? Desktop? Smartphone? Perhaps an iPad? A Blackberry Playbook? (just kidding!) I happen to be lucky in that I don’t have to do anything different in my writing to support all these different devices and form factors.
Its not that simple however if you’re building a modern Web application for the Social Enterprise. We’re living in a post-PC world where in the most recent quarter, Apple’s total revenue from its iPhone business alone (not even counting iPads) was greater than Microsoft’s total revenue for the quarter. With… Continue reading
The Spring 12 release of Site.com introduced a host of powerful features designed to help you build compelling, powerful sites. We covered using repeaters and data tables in a prior post. Now we’ll take the next logical step. Site.com helps you create and manage forms, allowing your visitors to submit new leads, cases, registration submissions, or any other object on the Force.com platform.
Developing a Palette for Site.com Forms
In my last Site.com-related post, I detailed how to create product listing page and a product details page using repeaters.
This is a common pattern on many commercial sites. Visitors… Continue reading
Come join leading Cloud Developers, and the Developer Marketing crew at #cloudstock on 3/15, and win great prizes (and save a fern) with Cloud Trivia! Continue reading
It’s that time of the year again – South by Southwest (SXSW) Austin is around the corner! Our team from Salesforce.com, Radian6, Heroku, Do.com will be participating in this “spring break for tech geeks” both in person and online. We are calling all developers to come out for food, fun and lots of learning!
Follow @forcedotcom, @Salesforce & @Radian6 on Twitter for SXSW news, tech highlights, as well as @SalesforceJobs for locations of our FREE food carts! Rendezvous with us at the events below, and let us know where to catch up with you.
The Summer of APIs is here. It’s time to soak up those creative rays and look at some creative examples of how APIs can create some truly game changing solutions. Continue reading