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Building Beautiful Mobile Apps In Visualforce Using AngularJS And Ionic – Part II

This is a continuation of Part 1 of my previous blog that had 3 short videos about AngularJS, Ionic and also how to port it to Visualforce.
In this blog we will take a look at how to make our example Ionic app interact with Salesforce and then make it work inside Salesforce1 mobile app.

Adding Salesforce PIN Security To Native And Hybrid Mobile Apps

Security is perhaps the No.1 feature of Salesforce. Salesforce provides multiple layers of security at every level starting from servers to mobile SDKs. One such security feature is “PIN Security” feature. Enable it and it will force mobile (i.e. both Native or Hybrid SDK) users to set 4 to 8 digit passcode for their app. Once enabled, if the user switches to a different app and comes back after some specified time, the app will ask for the passcode! Sweet, isn’t it?

Even cooler part is that it’s built-in and with few simple configurations, your users are ready to use it. Let’s see how it works.

App Foundations: The Data Model

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You have probably heard that the Salesforce1 Platform is the fastest path from idea to app. I have been working with the Salesforce platform over the last seven years as a customer, admin, in salesforce.com customer support, and as a sales engineer, and I have seen over and over how fast app development can be. […]

Salesforce.com and Unbounce Present Tech Security Talks

Vancouver presented a solid week of world-class information security conferences and courses geared at developers and hackers between CanSacWest and BSides. Salesforce.com and Unbounce collaborated to present an accessible security discussion, our Tech Security Talks (#techsec) event. We decided on an evening fireside chat with industry experts followed by a Q&A session that would be geared towards covering the implications of security issues ranging from bugs to privacy laws.

Building a Native iOS Photo Sharing App On Salesforce1 mBaaS

This blog shows how to leverage Salesforce1MBaaS to build pretty much any kind of ios apps. Specifically it goes through building a photo sharing app using Salesforce native iOS SDK and filter photos using GPUImage library.

Get 30% discount for Renaissance – The iOS app maker’s conference

If you are going to be in the San Francisco bay area between Jan 21-23, mark your calendar for Renaissance, the iOS app maker’s conference. Since Salesforce is sponsoring @renaissanceio, I was able to get a special 30% discount code. Take advantage of this offer and register by this Sunday (registration closes). On Monday, Jan 21, Marcus Torres, […]

Hacks, Talks and Demos at the AT&T Developer Summit in Las Vegas

With the start of the New Year, the Salesforce Developer Relations team is headed to Las Vegas on Jan 5-7, as a proud sponsor of the AT&T developer summit (Palms Casino Resort). I am really glad to have our technical gurus, Sandeep Bhanot (@cloudysan) and Quinton Wall (@quintonwall) join me on Jan 5 and 6 for […]

August 2 Intro to Force.com Bay Area Meetup is On!

Join the meetup on August 2nd, starting at 6:30pm to learn how easy it is to build apps on Force.com. Come enjoy some informational talks, get some hands on experience, and network over food & beverages. It doesn’t matter what your educational or professional background is—everyone is welcome to this beginner session on Force.com codeless cloud application development!

July 12 New Delhi Salesforce Platform Developer Meetup is On!

Welcome to the New Delhi Salesforce Platform Developer User Group!  With great interest from the developer community, Saurabh Pandey (@SaurabhTwittes), our Developer Force community leader has decided to lead the DUG.  To start it of in the right step, the inaugural of the New Delhi Salesforce Platform Developer User Group is planned in Noida on July 12. More than 100 […]

Check Out Mobile Components for Visualforce

We are happy to announce a new Force.com library, Mobile Components for Visualforce, that helps simplify the development of hybrid mobile apps built on Force.com. The framework contains lightweight Visualforce UI components for generating cross-platform HTML5 output that runs well on tablets (and smartphones, soon). You can deploy apps in the browser or embed them inside the […]