Paw, a REST client for the Mac, makes working with the Salesforce APIs easy. Here's how you configure it to handle authentication and multiple environments. Download the the config file now.
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While losing code is a bummer, I always say that when life throws you lost code you hand life back new refactored code. Many moons ago I posted about an Insanely Simple Python Script that used the Salesforce REST API's. It was later updated and eventually evolved into a longer script that I used for demonstrations. Unfortunately I recently lost the code to said longer script, but I still wanted a similar demo. And so I recently discovered simple-salesforce, a Python REST API client for Salesforce which uses more moderns libs like requests to get a similar job done.
One of the most eagerly awaited Winter '13 features, at least for developers, has been the ability to test Apex callouts. In this blog entry, I look at how you can mock up callout responses using data in static resources.
The RemoteTK Visualforce Custom Component (comprising RemoteTK.component and RemoteTKController.cls) provides an abstraction very similar to the Force.com REST API, implemented via @RemoteAction methods in the component's controller. RemoteTK offers similar functionality to forcetk.js, without consuming API calls.
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 […]
One of the main reasons to adopt REST is the simplicity of the API, compared to the juggling of formats required to send and receive SOAP messages. We’ve had a long history of creating toolkits and libraries to ease the burden of using SOAP as a transport – so much so that when I first […]