Over the holidays, my daughter reminded me that I promised to teach her how to build a mobile app. So I told her to grab her laptop, I'd grab mine, and app building we would go. Twenty five minutes later, we were done. Here's how we did it.
Every once in a while you uncover a Salesforce documentation gem that makes you feel like you've aced Roger Federer at Wimbledon. Just happened!
Learn hands-on how to develop cross-device mobile applications with Appcelerator Titanium that leverage Force.com or Database.com schemas.
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Force.com From Around the Web May 5, 2012 Be sure to check out these recent interesting reads from our community related to Force.com and Database.com. Lots of great things for both beginners and experienced Force.com developers. Apex and Object References and Deleting Salesforce Contacts You Don’t Own — courtesy of @dhoechst. Executing Anonymous Apex Inside […]
Let us know which one of four logos that you prefer for the upcoming Summer ’12 Release. > Vote at Idea Search Then, stay tuned this blog for more information about the latest and greatest developer features that will be appearing in our newest release.
Be sure to check out these recent interesting reads related to Force.com and Database.com. Force.com Developer Console Navigation Trick The Developer Console is just out and there’s a trick already! Show and Hide Buttons on Page Layouts Video included. What happened to test classes? Get ready to change your test classes before Spring ‘12, otherwise […]
Apex REST, recently enhanced in Spring ’12, makes it easy for you to create custom RESTful Web services using Apex. In this challenge, we’d like you to show off some of the cool custom APIs that you’ve developed with Apex REST and teach the community how to harness the full power of Apex REST. Head […]