We have seen some very impressive adoption rate amongst our customers and ISV partners in leveraging Canvas framework for building integrated composite applications on Salesforce1 platform. Based on some of the lessons learned and feedback received, we decided to publish this article to help our ISV partners understand their options when it comes to packaging Canvas for distribution and for support of different Salesforce1 platform editions.
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It’s always hot in the summertime, and Ryan and I tried to heat it up a notch by spreading the word on all the new things coming out in the Summer ’13 release. If you missed it but you want to see the full show, you can find the recording on youtube. We covered a lot out of the release notes in a little less than an hour, but I’ll give you the cliff’s notes version here.
Want to scale your Salesforce data set to new heights? Then check out this hands-on tutorial that shows you how to implement an external application to store historical records. You also learn how to integrate its UI and user authentication into Salesforce so that your users can analyze historical data right alongside operational data. This practical step-by-step guide uses a combination of Salesforce Platform technology, including Force.com, Heroku, and Force.com Canvas.
Take an inside look at Force.com Canvas with this Q&A discussion. Find out what the feature is, what you can do with it and how it works.
Dreamforce 2012 was unbelievable! I’ve finally caught up on my sleep, and wanted to take some time to reflect on my top 10 moments of this years event.
One of the exciting new Force.com features that you will hear about at this year’s Dreamforce is Force.com Canvas. Many of the keynotes and breakout sessions explore how you can use it to wire existing applications into salesforce, as well as develop new applications using any language that can work with salesforce.com.
Force.com Canvas is a new feature in Winter ’13 which allows you to create Force.com context aware applications on Heroku, or anywhere. In addition, with the Heroku QuickStart templates, you can create an app on Heroku with just a few clicks. Check out the video here.