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.
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With Salesforce1, if you're a Salesforce developer, you're now also a mobile developer. To help you on your journey of Salesforce1 development, check out the Salesforce1 App Developer Guide, now available online.
The release training for Summer '13 is now available. Now's your chance to find out about all the new platform features in this release.
Learn about versioning of the Force.com Canvas SDK from this Q&A with the feature PM.
Take an inside look at Force.com Canvas with this Q&A discussion. Find out what the feature is, what you can do with it and how it works.
New integrations patterns and best practices documentation helps you decide which integration technologies to use for your particular scenario.
The Security Workbook is a hands-on guide to the Salesforce platform’s least-privilege, user-centric security model. It explains the various policies, rules, and grouping mechanisms that control login and access controls.
If you’re a Salesforce platform developer, you’ve probably seen our developer guides, tip sheets, cheat sheets and other doc available on Developerforce. But there’s also developer documentation available in the online help, that is, the help available from within the application. Previously, the only way you could access that online help was by logging in […]
If you’re thinking about implementing Salesforce (or even if you’re a relatively new implementation) one important thing to consider is the strength of our integration tools. It’s almost guaranteed that when you implement Salesforce, you’ll have some need to integrate it with other systems. This could be a requirement for data updates that happen behind […]
Have you come across something in your Force.com development that isn’t working the way you expected? Or maybe you see an unusual behavior when calling a SOQL function? Before you call support, you can now check to see if it’s already a known issue by going to the Known Issues site. Known issues are posted […]