Security predicates using custom permissions

Wave Security Predicates using Custom Permissions

In Wave, row-level security is enforced using predicates, and it works a bit like this: <dataset column> <operation> <value> You can go for simple comparisons or get sophisticated and apply security at a record owner, role-based or even team-based level.  For the skinny on that, see this post: http://explore.wave6.com/blog/how-security-is-applied-to-dashboards-of-salesforce-analytics-cloud But... once you go down that road, it […]

Stock Market Updates Lightning Component

In this article, I will be showing you how to build a stock quote Lightning Component with HighChartTable chart and Yahoo's YQL(Yahoo Query Language) web service. You can use this component to see Stock Market Updates of any Company and of any StockExchange provided by the Yahoo API. YQL is like SOQL language that allows […]

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Creating a jQuery application using the Force.com REST API

The REST API is a powerful web service API that allows you to interact with Force.com. Its advantages include ease of integration and development, and it’s an excellent choice of technology for use with mobile applications and Web 2.0 projects. This article will guide you through the process of creating a simple jQuery application that […]

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Lightning Connect Custom Adapters and MongoDB

Summer '15 Platform Release brought us the awesome Lightning Connect Custom Adapters: you can connect to external data sources and use them as custom Salesforce Objects writing custom Apex code. After I read Introducing Lightning Connect Custom Adapters by Lawrence McAlpin, I wanted to get my hands dirty and try to implemented my own version […]

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Ask the Experts: Sign up for a FREE 1:1 Technical Consultation at Dreamforce ‘15

Whether you're a Dreamforce veteran or a first time attendee, technical consultations have proven to be one of our most popular sessions in the DevZone time and time again. Reserving a 30 minute 1:1 consultation with a Salesforce expert can be a value add at any stage of your career. If you want to walk […]

New Login Rollout in Winter ’16

Welcome to Lightning In Winter ‘16 we’ve completely redesigned the Salesforce login experience, greatly improving the usability and making it more intuitive for users. For details, see the Winter ‘16 release notes.     What Is Changed? The main login page has a new look and feel Saved usernames are more integrated with login Setting […]

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Hands-On Workshops You Won’t Want to Miss in the DevZone

This is the 2nd year we'll be bringing back the Hands-On Workshop (HOW) program. Hands-On workshops are 1-2 hour workshops where you can get hands-on with a specific Salesforce technology, many are being lead by our MVP community, and almost all of our workshops are powered by projects in Trailhead. We'll have workshops on Lightning Component development, Enterprise Node Architectures and Microservices, the future of JavaScript Development with ECMA Script6, building Microsoft Office Plugins with Salesforce, and a few workshops on new technology I'm not allowed to mention yet!

Rendering GitHub JSON Data in Salesforce

In the past it was a huge challenge to provide system users with meaningful views across disparate data sets.  Data silos required complex integration and ETL (Extract-Transform-Load) tooling to provide correlations in a single user interface.  Lightning Connect makes this easy by allowing external data sources to be exposed in Salesforce and correlated with standard […]