Around the Web – 20170728
Brett M. Nelson - Friday, July 28, 2017
And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.
Not Hotdog - Salesforce Einstein Edition
Anyone who is a fan of HBO's Silicon Valley show will be familiar with Not Hotdog, Jian Yang's app that determines whether an item of food is a hotdog or not. In a wonderful example of fiction made fact, the show have released iOS and Android...
Simplified API Integrations with External Services
Salesforce are on a mission to make accessing off platform data and web services as easy as possible. This helps keep the user experience optimal and consistent for the user and also allows admins to continue to leverage the platforms tools such as...
5 Pro Tips from 5 Different Lightning Experience Rollouts
Learn from experiences delivering Lightning Experience to new new CRM users to 10 year Salesforce veterans. We'll review the upsides and gotchas of going live with Lightning Experience from the perspective of a developer, and learn about when to...
Apply Visualforce Skills to Lightning Components
Set up your dev environment and get started building Lightning components. Explore key Lightning component concepts by comparing them with Visualforce. Learn development tips, tricks, and things to watch out for. Build pages and components that...
U.S. Bank puts customer first with Salesforce Einstein
Salesforce has announced that U.S. Bank is to deploy Salesforce Einstein. This is not a gamble for the fifth largest Bank in the United States but the next stage of an ongoing journey. As Richard K Davis, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer U.S.
NTO Sample App Part 2: Using Platform Events to Integrate Salesforce and Node.js - Developer Relations
Platform Events (new in Summer '17) provide a powerful publish/subscribe infrastructure that facilitates the integration between Salesforce and other applications. In this blog post, I demonstrate how to use platform events to integrate a...
Build Powerful Setup Apps with the All-New Apex Metadata API - Engineering
I introduced the Apex Metadata API by showing that the top reason developers want this feature is to build custom setup wizards. Given the importance of that use case, it probably deserves a closer look, don't you think? Let's walk through a great...
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