Monthly Archives: November 2016

French Touch Dreamin’ – The first community-led event in France

Salesforce community-led events are on the rise in Europe this year. From London's Calling - the very first Salesforce community-led conference in Europe, to Surf Force, to the recently debuted French Touch Dreamin'. This trend in community-led events is clearly a reflection of the passionate community that continues to grow around the Salesforce platform. As it […]

Lightning Now European Tour

The Lightning Now European Tour is a series of free day-and-a-half events covering everything you need to know to plan a successful Lightning implementation. We're bringing top Lightning experts who will share the roadmap, discuss strategies for successful migrations, and deliver hands-on technical workshops. No matter if you are a Salesforce developer, administrator or manager […]

Salesforce Workbooks Migrating to Trailhead

From swallows to gray whales to Canadian geese, moving from one place to another is a way to take advantage of better conditions. Now you can add Salesforce workbooks to that list. The Salesforce doc team is in the process of moving our workbooks over to Trailhead to take advantage of the better experience it offers our customers.

Integrating Relational Data into Salesforce with Heroku External Objects & Heroku Postgres

Often customer-facing web and mobile apps utilize a relational database as the primary datastore.  For applications that rely on Salesforce for back-office uses, there can often be a need to bridge the two systems to provide a seamless experience.  For instance, an external application may contain customer-centric data like a purchase discount code which is […]

Building Native Mobile Apps on the Salesforce Platform

Do you have a great idea for a new mobile app? One that extends the capabilities of Salesforce’s core products, or brings your own product to more customers? Do you want to offer your customers the unrivaled user experience of a native mobile app, with full access to device hardware, or extensive offline capability? Whether you’re […]