There are so many opportunities to learn about the Salesforce1 Platform, share your experiences and have fun at this years Salesforce London World Tour. Its our biggest event yet for London and the first time we are running an Admin Zone alongside the Developer Zone. With thousands of people expected to join us, its going […]
Lightning.anyDB exposes JPA database objects as an OData service, helping Salesforce Lightning Connect access data trapped in back office systems.
Electric Imp recently released a library allowing easy access to Salesforce from their IoT platform. This blog entry, the first in a pair, shows to upsert a record in Salesforce triggered by a button press on the imp.
Don Robins continues the series on creating Creating Lightning Components, discussing how the eventing model in the Lightning Component Framework allows independent components to seamlessly function together as a cohesive application.
The Internet of Things opens a new world of experiences and deep connectivity for both consumers and businesses. Always-on sensor streams, big data, and machine learning are dramatically changing the kinds of experiences software developers are building. These changes require those of us who build software to think differently about what software is and how […]
Trailhead just got an Extreme Makeover with the biggest update since last year's Dreamforce! See what's new.
Imagine what you can Build Earlier this month, Salesforce participated in Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference which welcomed over 5,000 Microsoft developers to the Bay Area. As part of our ongoing strategic partnership with Microsoft, Salesforce took part in multiple activities throughout the week which included sponsoring a booth in the Partner Area, presenting in […]
The Salesforce Winter '15 platform release brought us the new Queueable Apex interface. This interface is a cool new way to execute asynchronous computations on the Force.com platform, given you already know @future, Scheduled Apex Jobs, and Batch Jobs. Here's a practical use case.
One of the hardest parts of building modern applications and integrations is dealing with the multitude of services that companies depend on everyday. More and more applications are moving to the SaaS model. The modern enterprise developer is creating “mash-ups” between home grown internal applications and cloud based business applications. For instance, you may be […]
Don Robins continues the series on creating Creating Lightning Components (4 of 6), discussing the benefits of loose coupling in a component based architecture.