Today we announced Aloha Apps on the AppExchange. Aloha Apps have been given special permissions allowing:

  • Apps to run Apex Code in GE and PE
  • Apps to be immune to Custom Apps, Objects, and Tabs limits
  • Some of these apps will have the ability to leverage the Web Service API for PE and now GE

Do you have an idea and want to build an Aloha App that will work for GE and PE? If so, check out this article on Designing an Application for Group and Professional Edition. GE and PE do not support all the features found in DE, EE and UE. As a result, it’s important to understand how to design an app for these editions to ensure commercial success. Find out how to support multiple editions and turn your next app into an Aloha App!

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  • http://profile.typepad.com/6p0115714a338f970b Gopi

    Sati,
    What is Aloha Apps any documentation.
    Thanks
    Gopi

  • Sati Hillyer

    Hi Gopi,
    This article will explain how to build an aloha app or the steps to make an existing app an aloha app, if possible.
    http://wiki.developerforce.com/index.php/Designing_an_Application_for_Group_and_Professional_Edition
    Best,
    Sati

  • http://www.jimhayseo.com/website-design-web-design Portland Oregon Website Design

    Your app can only be an Aloha App and receive the Aloha App icon on your AppExchange listing if it’s packaged as a managed package.

  • http://www.cpdblog.org Edward

    Can a customer of a Force.com OEM application leverage Aloha Apps?

  • http://twitter.com/YaserKabakibo Yaser Kabakibo

    SFDC Support guys told me the Smart VCard is not compatible with Pro Edition