Tag Archives: hybrid

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Using the Salesforce1 Platform as an Enterprise MBaaS

Did you know that the Salesforce1 Platform does over 2 billion transactions a day, with more than than half of these transactions happen via the API! Combine this with enterprise mobile features such as secure offline, sync, and more, and you have a great MBaaS. Get started building mobile apps using Salesforce1 services with the new mobile tutorial now.

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Capturematic: Leveraging Mobile Templates in a Backbone.js App

Capturematic is an iOS app that lets you post a photo, audio or video to any Salesforce record with a Chatter feed; it's a great example of a simple hybrid mobile app that accesses device functionality - in this case, the camera and microphone. In this blog entry I focus on the new Salesforce Mobile Templates, which provide the app with a modern mobile look-and-feel.

Simple Calendar App with Mobile Design Templates

As a follow up to Sandeep's introduction to our new Mobile Design Templates, I thought I would specifically visit a different template: the Calendar View. I also wanted a chance to review some of the code assembled for the Hybrid Mobile Webinar and retest it with the latest material. The end result? A super simple Calendar app that hooks into Salesforce events via the REST API. No fear, though, I'll be updating and evolving this app over a series of blog posts.

Creating Hybrid Apps with the Salesforce Mobile Pack for Backbone.js

Since the release of the Salesforce Mobile Packs a few weeks ago, we’ve been building out from our initial set of jQuery Mobile, AngularJS and Backbone.js apps for Visualforce, Node.js and PHP. If you’ve been watching the Backbone Mobile Pack on GitHub, you’ll have noticed the recent addition of a couple of XCode projects in […]

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Building the Dreamforce Scavenger Hunt Mobile App – Part 4

The fourth, and final post in a series of blog posts describing how the Dreamforce scavenger hunt mobile application was built using the Salesforce Touch Platform and the Mobile SDK. This post covers how Cloud Hunter implemented check-ins (i.e. geolocation) and QR/Bar code scanning.

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Picture and signature capture in the Dreamforce Scavenger Hunt Mobile App

The third in a series of blog posts describing how the Dreamforce scavenger hunt mobile application was built using the Salesforce Touch Platform and the Hybrid Mobile SDK. This post covers how Cloud Hunter implemented taking pictures and capturing a user's signature from a Visualforce page.

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Building the Dreamforce Scavenger Hunt Mobile App – Part 2

The second in a series of blog posts describing how the Dreamforce scavenger hunt mobile application was built using the Salesforce Touch Platform and the Mobile SDK. This post covers how to create a hybrid mobile app using the Mobile SDK and how to use PhoneGap/Cordova in your Visualforce pages.

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Building the Dreamforce Scavenger Hunt Mobile App

The first in a series of blog posts describing how the Dreamforce scavenger hunt mobile application (Cloud Hunter) was built using the Salesforce Touch Platform and the Mobile SDK. This post covers the use case, application architecture and the Visualforce/Apex codebase for Cloud Hunter.

Mobile SDK 1.2: Connected Apps and SmartStore Enhancements

The new version of the Mobile SDK is out, and now it is even easier to quickly create native and hybrid applications with Force.com. In this blog, I outline these additions around data security and offline data synchronization.

Developing Hybrid Apps with the Salesforce Mobile SDK

The hybrid mobile app development model allows developers to quickly create mobile apps with web technologies. A new Developer Force article, 'Developing Hybrid Apps with the Salesforce Mobile SDK', walks you through creating a hybrid app that accesses the device camera and uploads photos to database.com.