Introduction This article concludes the series, Learning Salesforce Integration, which details various integration options with Salesforce. It covers using Apex for building integrations, which becomes a necessity for not-so-straight-forward scenarios. Though the scenarios listed here are simple, the idea is to share code snippets that can be used to quickly build a working interface. So why take […]
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In this Blog we will show a technique to leverage Visualforce inside Lightning Components to make Salesforce REST API Calls. This technique can be use for other purposes to enhance Lightning's core capabilities.
Last month at Dreamforce, salesforce.com and Microsoft quietly introduced the new Connected Service Provider for Salesforce that lets you quickly connect to the Force.com REST API from Visual Studio. Here's how.
Read about Event Log Files--a feature that you can use to assess your organizational usage trends and user behavior to protect your data and improve user experience.
Today we have released a new sample application that demonstrates how to manage authorization and resource requests in a Windows Phone 8 app. This sample demonstrates how to obtain an access token using the User-Agent flow, managing the callback in a Windows Phone 8 app, and using the access token to make a call to the Force.com REST APIs.
The Salesforce Toolkits for .NET provide native libraries for interacting with Salesforce APIs, including the REST API and Chatter API. These toolkits make it super simple to consume services from Salesforce within your .NET applications. The toolkit includes a set of native libraries for the Microsoft .NET Framework, NuGet packages for easy deployment and versioning and Sample applications to get you started. Learn more about the design principles, how they make use of Portable Class Libraries, and how you can take advantage of these toolkits in your development.
Taking a break after Dreamforce 2013, it occurred to me that I could create a Minecraft mod to visualize business data in 3D. Discover how 'Forcecraft' represents Salesforce Accounts by buildings, and maps Opportunity Stage changes to in-game events. It's a proof-of-concept for visualizing your Salesforce data. You can immediately see which Account has the most Opportunities, and dig deeper into the data in a very interactive way. It's also a great demonstration of the richness of the Force.com APIs - you really can access every byte of your Salesforce data, and metadata, via the APIs and manipulate it in any app you choose.
Connected Apps is a new feature in the Summer '13 release that allows external applications to securely connect to Force.com over Identity and Data APIs. Connected Apps replace Remote Access Apps, offering finer granularity over permissions and data that can be accessed. Read more.
In this second of a three part series, we use ql.io to create a web service that, given an account name, mashes up the Force.com REST API with Google's Geocoding API to return its billing address in the usual form and as latitude/longitude coordinates.