The Force.com geolocation field type is a native field type that customers can use to encode locations with geolocation coordinates. The Spring ‘15 release makes geolocation fields generally available.
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Now, iOS developers using CocoaPods can integrate the Salesforce Mobile SDK 3.1 into existing apps quickly and easily.
co-authored by Eugene Oksman (@oksman) and Akhilesh Gupta (@akhileshgupta) Meeting Ever Exceeding Mobile Expectations Building a mobile app? Get ready for an escalating list of requirements! Full Offline Support Focused User Interface Infinite Scrolling Cross-Platform Deployments Branding Enterprise mobile apps are now expected to solve some of the most complicated use cases. To help developers […]
The Mobile SDK 2.3 is out! This release includes significant updates for developers creating hybrid applications. Cordova Plugins for Core Salesforce Specific Features Salesforce specific functionality for hybrid apps are now available as independent Cordova plugins. Developers can consume Salesforce OAuth2 Identity, SmartStore Secure Offline Database, and Push plugins in the very latest versions of […]
Are you looking to architect performant HTML5 mobile apps for Force.com? In part 2 of this series of best practices from MVP extraordinaire, Keir Bowden, learn about the best ways to integrate with Force.com, render images, and more.
Are you looking to architect performant HTML5 mobile apps for Force.com? Then you'll need to consider some unique design principles. Get started down the right path by reading this series of blog posts and learn some best practices from Force.com MVP extraordinaire, Keir Bowden (AKA Bob Buzzard). Part 1 ...
Introducing Mobile SDK 2.0: Flexible Architecture, SmartSync Data Framework, Simplified Getting Started Process
The Salesforce Mobile SDK team is proud to announce the release of our next generation framework for creating native, hybrid, and pure HTML5 mobile apps. From the SDK’s inception, we consistently focused on providing the most productive tools for force.com developers that want to create highly customized mobile experiences driven by rich corporate data. In […]
The Salesforce.com mobile apps are powered by the same public APIs that developers use. Find out about some of the innovative features we've added to the Chatter REST API to help us—and you—develop faster mobile apps.