Most apps that access the Force.com APIs do so on behalf of ‘full’ Salesforce users, gaining access to all of the Contacts, Accounts and other standard and custom objects that the user has access to, but it’s also possible for apps to call the APIs on behalf of Portal users, manipulating the Contacts, Cases etc that the Portal user can access. Until now, the only way for apps to authenticate Portal users has been to use the login() SOAP API call, setting orgId and portalId in the SOAP LoginScopeHeader. With the Spring ’13… Continue reading
We love to hear from our community throughout the week. If you are on Twitter .. share your thoughts with us @forcedotcom. Here our some of our favorite tweets from our awesome community:
@bob_buzzard @forcedotcom thanks you so much – you helped me out countless times when learning the platform!
— Jeremy Powell (@Jezza83) February 22, 2013
Thank you @metadaddy for teaching a @forcedotcom workshop on Mobile Development @sjsu MIS class! P.S I enjoyed the pizza @eddyrperez
— Marynel(@xoxoMarynel) February 21, 2013
Design efficient SOQL queries for better database performance andresponse times. #forcewebinar @forcedotcom… Continue reading
You asked and we listened. Based on your feedback about past developer workshops, I am genuinely excited to announce Salesforce Platform ELEVATE, a FREE one-day hands-on developer workshop designed to teach beginner and advanced Salesforce Platform developers how to build cloud applications.
Led by veteran Salesforce technical gurus, Sandeep Bhanot @cloudysan, Prithpal Bhogill @pbhogill, Josh Birk @joshbirk and Matthew Reiser @Matthew_Reiser , our workshop will include a beginner and an advanced hands-on track. As a new developer, we’ll get you up and building cloud apps quickly by introducing you to the basics of the platform with step-by-step hands-on tutorials. For those who have been developing… Continue reading
We love to hear from our community throughout the week. Here our some of our favorite tweets from the world of @forcedotcom. Shout out to these characters in our awesome community:
Getting my learn on!#Salesforce #ForceWebinar #ForceFridays
— Jason Flippen (@JFlippityFlop) February 8, 2013
Want indexing on nulls and formula values? Apparently now possible: developer.salesforce.com/blogs/engineering/20… #salesforce
— Chris Peterson (@ca_peterson) February 14, 2013
Callback Pattern – one of the best practices in integration #codetalklive @forcedotcom
— Abhishek S (@abhisheksubbu) February 12, 2013… Continue reading
Michael shares his plans for moving Workbook Recipes and Code Share into a more community-oriented process, then shares a code sample for creating your own Visual Force components. He also explains how you can contribute to Developer Force. Continue reading
We love to hear from our community throughout the week. Here our some of our favorite tweets from the world of @forcedotcom. Shout out to these characters in our awesome community: @hellerbr @evanshrugged @atorman @bob_buzzard Continue reading
Heroku’s developer conference, Waza 2013, is less than a month away. If you are in San Francisco on Thursday, 2/28 – then this is where you will want to be.
Heroku’s Waza (技), the Japanese word for art and technique, is an immersive one-day developer experience focused on craft. The event features both technical & non-technical sessions in an environment designed for collaboration and inspiration (plus very cool added happenings in music, art, and technology.) Continue reading
One of the cool features we went over in the Spring ’13 Developer Preview webinar was Chatter in Apex. Connect in Apex, also known as the Connect API, exposes Chatter API resources as objects in Apex to build native custom Chatter integrations on Force.com. Chatter in Apex extends current functionality of accessing Chatter data using Apex, and exposes Chatter data in a simpler way. Check out this post to see how to get started building your own customizable feed. Continue reading