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Building Beautiful Mobile Apps In Visualforce Using AngularJS And Ionic – Part II

This is a continuation of Part 1 of my previous blog that had 3 short videos about AngularJS, Ionic and also how to port it to Visualforce.
In this blog we will take a look at how to make our example Ionic app interact with Salesforce and then make it work inside Salesforce1 mobile app. Continue reading

Building Beautiful Mobile Apps In Visualforce Using AngularJS And Ionic (Part 1)

This is the first part of a multi-part “video” blog that shows how to build beautiful mobile apps. It has 3 short videos that 1: Introduces AngularJS and Ionic JavaScript Frameworks, 2: Goes over an example Ionic “Single page App” code to show how AngularJS and Ionic actually work and 3. And the 3rd video shows how to port that app to Visualforce. This blog also has pointers to several hand picked AngularJS and Ionic resources to get you going in no time. Continue reading

Building a Native iOS Photo Sharing App On Salesforce1 mBaaS

This blog shows how to leverage Salesforce1MBaaS to build pretty much any kind of ios apps. Specifically it goes through building a photo sharing app using Salesforce native iOS SDK and filter photos using GPUImage library. Continue reading

My Top 5 Reasons to Attend ELEVATE London, March 21st

The Salesforce ELEVATE workshops are being constantly updated and improved by the Salesforce Developer Relations, Evangelist and Training teams. Simon shares his top five reasons to consider attending Continue reading

Python and the Force.com REST API: Simple simple-salesforce example

Force.com REST APIs

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. Continue reading

Update on Salesforce1 Hackathon Feedback & Review

We heard feedback loud and clear from the developer community on the Salesforce1 Hackathon we ran at Dreamforce. We take feedback seriously and, as a result, our internal audit team conducted a comprehensive review of the eligibility requirements and judging process. We want to discuss all of the issues transparently, explain how we made some key decisions, and share the results of the review. Continue reading

What’s Inside Your $1 Million Hackathon Technology Toolbox?

As you race towards the finish line of the Salesforce $1 Million Hackathon, we wanted to remind you of some of the powerful Salesforce Partner technologies you can leverage to extend your application in novel, exciting ways. Continue reading

ExactTarget’s Fuel and the $1 Million Hackathon

The foundation of the ExactTarget Marketing Cloud is a platform called Fuel. Fuel enables developers to deeply integrate ExactTarget with other systems in a highly automated fashion. This is important because highly-targeted, relevant communication is as much a technology problem as it is a marketer’s dilemma—the most successful marketing campaigns involve highly sophisticated interactions across multiple channels driven by data from multiple data sources tied to precise audience segments, delivering just the right message at just the right moment. Without Fuel, this level of sophistication simply wouldn’t be possible. Continue reading

Launching the Salesforce $1 Million Hackathon—Largest Single Hackathon Prize Ever!

Salesforce.com loves developers. And it’s amazing to see how quickly our developer community builds next-generation apps on the Salesforce Platform. So we thought we’d cook up a little surprise. OK, a huge surprise. How about the world’s first hackathon with a single $1 million prize? Register now, start coding, and may the best app win! Continue reading

Congratulations, Apple!

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At WWDC this week, Apple announced that they have paid out over $10B to developers. Congratulations, Apple! We love developers, and the app revolution. We are seeing the same incredible momentum and need for mobile apps in the enterprise. Continue reading