Tag Archives: toolkit

New Windows Phone 8 Sample Application Available

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.

Announcing the Salesforce Toolkits for .NET

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.

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 […]

Force.com for Facebook toolkit gets an update, and goes mobile.

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The Force.com for Facebook toolkit gets and update and goes mobile thanks to community contribution.

More Samples from the updated Force.com for Facebook Toolkit

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I am finishing off an article on the soon to be released, updated Force.com for Facebook Toolkit, and wanted to share some code snippets in advance.

Updates to the Facebook Toolkit for Force.com – More Examples!

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I have almost completed the updates to the Facebook Toolkit for Force.com and wanted to share what the new JSON-based objects and interaction look like as well as a simple test page/controller. Let me know if anyone wants to help out finishing the wrapper objects!