Building Beautiful Mobile Apps In Visualforce Using AngularJS And Ionic – Part 3 (Remote Objects)

This is the 3rd installment of the "Building Beautiful Mobile Apps.." video blog series. In this we will explore how we can use the new Visualforce Remote Objects ((available as of Spring '14) ) technique in our AngularJS and Ionic app to interact with Salesforce. We will also see how it compares with Remote Actions.

This is the 3rd installment of the “Building Beautiful Mobile Apps..” video blog series. In this we will explore how we can use the new Visualforce Remote Objects (available as of Spring ’14) technique in our AngularJS and Ionic app to interact with Salesforce. We will also see how it compares with Remote Actions.
 
 
 
 

The Story So Far:

Before I get started with this, let me quickly summarize previous blogs. As you can see from the list below, this series contains several bite sized, short videos, to help you quickly learn what you want without spending hours watching videos. So feel free to watch them before Remote Objects video.
 

1. Part 1: Has 3 Short Videos:

1. Quick Overview Of AngularJS And Ionic Frameworks [~3 mins]

2. Ionic App Code Overview [~ 9 mins]

3. Port Ionic App to Visualforce [6 mins]

2. Part 2: Has 2 Short Videos:

1. Interact With Salesforce Using RemoteTK [~5 mins]

2. Run Ionic App As Salesforce1 Mobile App [~2 mins]

 OK, let’s see how to use Remote Objects in our AngularJS / Ionic App.
 
 
 

Interacting With Salesforce Using Remote Objects


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Unmanaged Package

You can install unmanaged package of Part 1, 2 and 3 from here: https://login.salesforce.com/packaging/installPackage.apexp?p0=04t30000001Sb0A
 
 

Next Up: Performance

When it comes to mobile apps, performance plays a critical role. Next post is going to be all about performance, so stay tuned. In the mean time if you have any questions, please feel free to ping me on Twitter at: @rajaraodv

 
 
 

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Building Beautiful Mobile Apps In Visualforce Using AngularJS And Ionic – Part 3 (Remote Objects)