I started working with Swift, Apple's new, open-source programming language, about a year ago. It took me a while to wrap my head around the new syntax and features, especially optionals, but I’ve quickly become a big fan. Swift enables me to write better code more quickly, and much more succinctly. I believe there is great opportunity for Salesforce […]
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One of the most common questions I get when working with iOS developers is How do I add the Salesforce Mobile SDK for iOS to my existing project? The good news is that it is much easier than you think. I just wrote a tutorial on how to do it.
One of the biggest challenges I hear when building mobile apps is "how do I design them?" While there is definitely a art in designing beautiful mobile apps, you don't have to be professional graphic designer to make a good looking app. But it does take a little bit of knowledge on what makes good […]
Paw, a REST client for the Mac, makes working with the Salesforce APIs easy. Here's how you configure it to handle authentication and multiple environments. Download the the config file now.
With a vast array of options and vendors to choose from, developing a mobile app can be challenging. Download this FREE mobile IT ecosystem reference poster to help you navigate the complexity of this ecosystem.
The Force.com geolocation field type is a native field type that customers can use to encode locations with geolocation coordinates. The Spring ‘15 release makes geolocation fields generally available.
Now, iOS developers using CocoaPods can integrate the Salesforce Mobile SDK 3.1 into existing apps quickly and easily.
View the winners of the Salesforce 1 Labs contest and get their brand-new, mobile-ready Salesforce1 Mobile Apps free on the AppExchange.
The Salesforce Mobile SDK gives developers a head start in creating mobile apps that leverage the Salesforce APIs, in particular by implementing authentication in the SDK. This blog entry explains how enterprise developers can build on the Mobile SDK to satisfy requirements such as single sign-on against a corporate identity system, such as Microsoft Active Directory, application-level PIN protection, and distribution within the enterprise.
Tom Gersic and team have helped customers in literally hundreds of custom mobile development projects, and has learned some lessons along the way. Here are 6 common practices that will help you in your own mobile development projects.