A Wrap-up of New Force.com Articles, Blogs and Video Tutorials
Get a wrap-up of all the latest new articles, blogs, video tutorials and developments organized by topic in this quick-reference post.
To say that we’ve been busy here at Salesforce is a bit of an understatement. But with Salesforce1 Lightning, the Mobile SDK 3.1, Trailhead as a learning platform, the Salesforce Wear Developer Pack for Apple Watch and the upcoming Summer Release, we’ve been busy writing articles, blogs and video tutorials to help developers leverage these technologies. Following is a wrap-up of all the latest new articles, blogs, video tutorials and developments organized by topic that you can use as a quick-reference.
We are also in the midst of the two 6-week blog series covering the development of Lightning Components. The first, by Peter Knowle breaks down component development by client and server side controllers, then introduces the event model before explaining component inheritance.
Peter Daniel takes a hands-on approach to developing apps by walking you through building and extending a reporting app:
Other Lightning Posts
- Overcommitting in Agile: (Part 1) The Perils – In 30 years developing software, managing organizations, and coaching Agile teams and organizations, I’ve observed and coached dozens of teams where overcommitting is a strong reality. I’ve seen sprint plans with planned velocities that were 2x or more than the team’s average historical velocity. In this post, we’ll explore some of the reasons why overcommitting happens and what it results in. Then in part two, we’ll cover what the likely root cause behind overcommitment is and explore some ideas to try to avoid overcommitting going forward. Overcommitting is not specific to any one company.
- Accessing a SQL Server Azure Database with Lightning Connect – Learn how to access real-time data from a SQL Server Azure database and display it seamlessly in Salesforce using OData and Lightning Connect.
- Microsoft + Salesforce = Developer Goodness! – Salesforce and Microsoft announced a new partnership initiative back in October 2014. The basis of the partnership is to make customers successful with their IT endeavors. While there will be a lot of customer facing integrations with Office 365, Salesforce1 on Windows Phone and Power BI integrations, it is also very good news for Developers.