The FT.com is a financial-industry focused news agency with a reputation for quality journalism. This shines through in the way they support innovation in their development teams. Peter Chittum and I were lucky enough to be invited along by the Financial Times Force.com team to see this in action. The FT.com hackday included teams […]
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It's always hot in the summertime, and Ryan and I tried to heat it up a notch by spreading the word on all the new things coming out in the Summer '13 release. If you missed it but you want to see the full show, you can find the recording on youtube. We covered a lot out of the release notes in a little less than an hour, but I'll give you the cliff's notes version here.
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.
Welcome to the New Delhi Salesforce Platform Developer User Group! With great interest from the developer community, Saurabh Pandey (@SaurabhTwittes), our Developer Force community leader has decided to lead the DUG. To start it of in the right step, the inaugural of the New Delhi Salesforce Platform Developer User Group is planned in Noida on July 12. More than 100 […]
Last week I got the chance to drive up to Milwaukee, courtesy of the Wisconsin User Group and organized by Andy Ogenoff and Julia Napolitano. I was there to talk about using jQuery with Visualforce (which I will cover in an upcoming post), but before I was up – there was Brian Kwong talking about […]
The Chatter REST API is GA in Winter '12. Here is a highlight of some of the recent changes and additions.
Winter '12 introduces a few new objects into the Chatter data model, designed to make building your own Social Enterprise even easier.
You may have read Amazon just released a HTML5-based cloud reader which allows you to read any of your Kindle books on any device through a browser. It is pretty cool stuff, especially coming from an author’s perspective (shameless plug to buy my books) — all of a sudden, my books have the potential to […]
The Summer of APIs is here. It's time to soak up those creative rays and look at some creative examples of how APIs can create some truly game changing solutions.