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Implementing Deferred Login With the Salesforce Mobile SDK for Android

If you've built a Mobile SDK project with forcedroid, then later decide to move the Salesforce login to a point after launch, this example can help.

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Our Docs and Videos Win Awards

Once again, Salesforce documentation and videos win awards for their innovation and quality. Check out this year's award-winning content.

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Adam Torman on Event Log Files

Read about Event Log Files--a feature that you can use to assess your organizational usage trends and user behavior to protect your data and improve user experience.

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Extend Salesforce1 Using the Lightning Component Framework

The Lightning Component framework empowers you to extend the Salesforce1 mobile app with your own custom components. Using JavaScript on the client side and Apex on the server side, the possibilities for extending Salesforce1 are endless.

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Introducing the New Salesforce1 Mobile App Admin Guide

Hey, Salesforce administrators! Just in time for Dreamforce and the Winter ’15 release, we have a new incarnation of the Salesforce1 Mobile App Admin Guide, designed for you, our point-and-click heroes! So, what’s new about it? The biggest change is in its content. First, we’ve revised its scope. The previous Salesforce1 App Admin Guide focused […]

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Introducing the New Cloud Flow Designer Workbook

Winter '15 brings new things, and with it an all new Cloud Flow Designer Workbook. New features and all new examples. Check it out!

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New Release Notes Spotlight Highlights Top Winter ’15 Features

The new Winter '15 Release Notes Spotlight provides a quick overview of the most important new features and updates. Check it out!

Tooling and Analytics APIs—What They Are and When to Use Them

The Tooling and Analytics APIs are new since my blog post Salesforce APIs – What They Are & When to Use Them. I sat down with Pat Patterson, Principal Developer Evangelist at Salesforce to learn more about these APIs.

Pushing the Limits with Streaming API in Spring ’14

The Streaming API is a great way to provide notifications to clients (such as mobile clients) about changes to your organization. Dan presents some of the new features introduced in Spring '14 including new limits and improved performance for polling notifications.