Jon Mountjoy posted a report that the AppStore for iPhone 2.0 software is available. Makes our mouths water even more for that iPhone 3G.
After doing some research, I found the first post to show how to include custom fields on standard objects using Eclipse and the Force.com IDE. It turns out that JonP was the original poster, as noted by many others, but he first wrote about it on February 22.
Looks like Salesforce has changed its user-interface again. Remember the Apps menu with the AppExchange link that opened the AppExchange in a new tab? That’s been changed.
DreamFactory was written up in a post on Gigaom.com. The article did a great job stressing that their products (specifically DreamTeam) can run on many platforms. That’s because DreamFactory has written their own layer that can be placed on almost any platform with a bit of coding. It’s almost like DreamFactory came up with OpenSocial before Google did. We use DreamTeam, Carousel, OrgView, DoX, and Snapshot regularly. FormFactory is just as powerful, but right now we’re experimenting with creating forms in Visualforce. For companies that want to generate more complicated forms, FormFactory is perfect. But since we use so few different forms, it’s easier (and a good learning experience) to work in Visualforce. Check out DreamFactory’s products – here’s a big endorsement from us!