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  • Mobile Developer Challenge 2012

    Chatter Notifier

    Submitted by Craig Isakson

    Receive Chatter™ notifications on your SmartWatch. Easily view updates from the people, groups and records you follow. See new posts, comments and likes. Select which notifications you see and choose the update interval using the menu options. This application requires:
    * Sony SmartWatch device (Application will display notifications on the phone if a watch is not present.)
    * SmartWatch LiveWare Manager phone application
    * A salesforce.com Chatter user account (Sign up for a free account at: http://www.chatter.com).

    Hierarchy Navigator 3D

    Submitted by Matt Demma

    This is a native iPad app that uses the openGL 3D graphics capabilities of the device, along with the Salesforce Mobile SDK, to create an interactive visualization of key opportunity pipeline metrics. Your pipeline is presented as a 3D tree of nodes - each node represents a role in your hierarchy and its color and size are driven by pipeline metrics. You can traverse your hierarchy by tapping nodes to move up or down, swipe left or right to highlight different roles within a level, and dynamically change the date range filter. App settings offer metrics selection and a choice of several color schemes.

    Chatter Sentiments App

    Submitted by Sanchit Singhal

    Chatter Sentiments gives an instant view of how members of your organisation are feeling about certain pre-defined sentiment areas like Career, Family, Technology, etc. It analyzes all all chatter posts happening in the CRM and classify them as positive or negative. You can keep track of all relevant posts in real time and create new topics for sentiment analysis on the fly.

    CasePhotographer

    Submitted by Kevin Poorman

    Case Photographer is simple by design, allowing authenticated users to select a case, either by scrolling through a list or by full SOSL searching. Once a case has been selected, the user is presented with a gallery of images that are attached to that case in Salesforce. Additionally, Users can employ the camera in their Android phone to take photos and immediately push them to salesforce, attached directly to the case! Images are cached for improved application speed!

    Sales Square

    Submitted by Amir Nathoo

    Foursquare meets Chatter - the app lets you check-in with your location, what opportunity you're working on and take a photo to keep your team notified about who's where and doing what. I've blogged about how the app was made here.

    Qwarrel App

    Submitted by Vinod Kumar

    Qwarrel App is a discussion forum developed as Mobile app for Users to post the comments on interesting topic. This app is built using Jquery mobile, VF , Apex and Force.com Sites and Facebook integration for authentication.

    SFDC Meeting Transcriber

    Submitted by Kyle Roche

    This native application uses the force.com mobile SDK and the Nuance iOS SDK to transcribe meeting minutes and attach them to SFDC Account records.

    TaskMaster

    Submitted by Anshul Verma

    This is a simple application which enables tablet users to view their open tasks and manage them. The application is designed to be intuitive and user friendly and provide simple but effective process flow.

    Highlights:
    1. Implementation of jQuery Mobile with Visualforce
    2. Google maps with driving directions
    3. Signature capture via SignaturePad (jQuery based plugin).

    Following are the screens of the application:
    1. Task Listing: Grading of tasks based on current week, next week and future tasks to prioritize based on their due date, Displays only open tasks
    2. Task Detail: Displays task detail, Fields to be displayed can be managed via fieldset, hence can be customized by admin, Displays account location on google maps and suggest driving directions
    3. Close Task: Ability to close task in one click, Ability to capture customer signature while closing task

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    Metroforce

    Submitted by William Goulding

    Metroforce is a concept UI for Salesforce.com designed to run on today's tablets, namely the iPad.

    Metroforce uses the Geolocation API and Google Maps to bring to you the accounts, contacts and leads which are near by to you.

    The app also has the concept of "live tiles" - bringing chatter comments to your attention upon viewing a collection of records.

    4

    Salestrest

    Submitted by Justin McNally

    A multiplatform application to manipulate salesforce and chatter data in the style of pintrest.

    You may install the application through this URL.

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    Sales Mate

    Submitted by Vincent Reeder

    Sales Mate is a native application built with the Salesforce mobile SDK. It uniquely displays key Lead and Opportunity data in real time. Push notifications are provided via a Heroku integration. In-app user notifications are powered by the streaming api running on the native iPad application. Google Mapping is driven by geolocation fields on Leads, Contacts and Accounts salesforce.

    Contactivity for Salesforce

    Submitted by Erik Solis

    Contactivity for Salesforce is the easiest way to manage your Contacts and Activities in one same place. Features include:
    - Easily and faster, create events in your iPhone/iPod, they will be uploaded to your Salesforce.com ORG.
    - After your call decide with a single click if you want to log this in the activity history of leads, opportunities and contacts.
    - Send emails from your iPhone/iPod and log them in the activity history.
    - FaceTime and Skype functionality so you can keep track of every call and never miss logging them.
    - One click access your complete ORG.
    - On the go, share your dashboards screenshots or any attached file.
    - With Contactivity for Salesforce manage your iPhone/iPod Address Book and Salesforce Contacts in one same place with great functionalities to increase Productivity.
    - Manage multi-currency opportunities.
    - One click access to chatter.
    - No information is stored in the device to enhance data security.
    - Full functionality for Salesforce.com licenses that supports API calls.

    Chatter Sentiments App

    Submitted by Sanchit Singhal

    Chatter Sentiments gives an instant view of how members of your organisation are feeling about certain pre-defined sentiment areas like Career, Family, Technology, etc. It analyzes all all chatter posts happening in your CRM and classify them as positive or negative. You can keep track of all relevant posts in real time and create new topics for sentiment analysis on the fly

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    SimpleScan

    Submitted by Michael Critz

    SimpleScan consists of a VisualForce page allowing you to send multiple Contacts an invite to a SFDC Event. We created a Presence object that can be displayed as a QR code, then put that QR code into an email template that can be sent as an invite for all the attendees. Then the iOS app scans the QR code, gets the Presence object, and allows the user to change their status from “Invited” to “Attended”

    Why? Inviting multiple people to an Event isn't a great UX when inviting hundreds or thousands of people to an Event. Some use-cases:
    * Ticketing (be your own TicketMaster™)
    * Conference Badging (invite a few thousand friends, know when they arrived)
    * Student Attendance (who showed up for the midterm exam?)
    * Meetings (know which employees attended)
    * Inventory Management (instead of relating Presence to Contacts, related it to inventory)
    * Experiential Marketing (track audience)
    * Permitted Access (Does my employee have access to the research department?)

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    Noteprise

    Submitted by Gaurav Kheterpal

    Noteprise is an enterprise mobile connector between Salesforce and Evernote employing the Force.com Mobile SDK, authenticating the user using oAuth. Next, Noteprise authenticates your Evernote credentials using the Evernote Cloud API and their Android SDK. Once you’re logged in to Noteprise, it shows you a list of all your Evernote notes grouped by notebook.

    The USP of Noteprise is that it lets you select any object and any field in that object where you can push all your Evernote notes. For example, let me choose the Contact object and the Contact description field. You can view a note simply by clicking on it in the list, then select a Salesforce record to push the note to that object -- you can even create new notes within Noteprise. Choose which notebook you want to create the note in, the title of the note and the note text, Noteprise creates the note in your account for you. You can search notes by Notebook, Tag or Keyword. You can also delete any notes from your Evernote account directly from Noteprise with a couple of clicks. Additionally, Noteprise let you associate an Evernote note with multiple Salesforce records.

    The Noteprise Android app is open source on github and we encourage fellow Salesforce developers to connect with us and help us improve it.

    iResponder

    Submitted by Sreenivas R

    iResponder is a Service Incident Reporting and Management tool for mobile devices. iResponder aims to simplify the incident reporting process and facilitate impact measurement of an incident. iResponder also integrates the problem status interface for the service repair engineers. The application is integrated with the SalesForce CRM that manages and tracks the reported incident to its resolution enabling SalesForce CRM with relevant data for further analysis and decision making.

  • Mobile Developer Challenge 2012

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    SimpleScan

    Submitted by Michael Critz

    SimpleScan consists of a VisualForce page allowing you to send multiple Contacts an invite to a SFDC Event. We created a Presence object that can be displayed as a QR code, then put that QR code into an email template that can be sent as an invite for all the attendees. Then the iOS app scans the QR code, gets the Presence object, and allows the user to change their status from “Invited” to “Attended”

    Why? Inviting multiple people to an Event isn't a great UX when inviting hundreds or thousands of people to an Event. Some use-cases:
    * Ticketing (be your own TicketMaster™)
    * Conference Badging (invite a few thousand friends, know when they arrived)
    * Student Attendance (who showed up for the midterm exam?)
    * Meetings (know which employees attended)
    * Inventory Management (instead of relating Presence to Contacts, related it to inventory)
    * Experiential Marketing (track audience)
    * Permitted Access (Does my employee have access to the research department?)

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    Noteprise

    Submitted by Gaurav Kheterpal

    Noteprise is an enterprise mobile connector between Salesforce and Evernote employing the Force.com Mobile SDK, authenticating the user using oAuth. Next, Noteprise authenticates your Evernote credentials using the Evernote Cloud API and their Android SDK. Once you’re logged in to Noteprise, it shows you a list of all your Evernote notes grouped by notebook.

    The USP of Noteprise is that it lets you select any object and any field in that object where you can push all your Evernote notes. For example, let me choose the Contact object and the Contact description field. You can view a note simply by clicking on it in the list, then select a Salesforce record to push the note to that object -- you can even create new notes within Noteprise. Choose which notebook you want to create the note in, the title of the note and the note text, Noteprise creates the note in your account for you. You can search notes by Notebook, Tag or Keyword. You can also delete any notes from your Evernote account directly from Noteprise with a couple of clicks. Additionally, Noteprise let you associate an Evernote note with multiple Salesforce records.

    The Noteprise Android app is open source on github and we encourage fellow Salesforce developers to connect with us and help us improve it.

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    Sales Mate

    Submitted by Vincent Reeder

    Sales Mate is a native application built with the Salesforce mobile SDK. It uniquely displays key Lead and Opportunity data in real time. Push notifications are provided via a Heroku integration. In-app user notifications are powered by the streaming api running on the native iPad application. Google Mapping is driven by geolocation fields on Leads, Contacts and Accounts salesforce.

    4

    Salestrest

    Submitted by Justin McNally

    A multiplatform application to manipulate salesforce and chatter data in the style of pintrest.

    You may install the application through this URL.

    4

    Metroforce

    Submitted by William Goulding

    Metroforce is a concept UI for Salesforce.com designed to run on today's tablets, namely the iPad.

    Metroforce uses the Geolocation API and Google Maps to bring to you the accounts, contacts and leads which are near by to you.

    The app also has the concept of "live tiles" - bringing chatter comments to your attention upon viewing a collection of records.