Today, Developer Force (http://developer.force.com) released its new library. Here are a few of them. All can be found at http://wiki.developerforce.com/index.php/Documentation. Workbook http://www.salesforce.com/us/developer/docs/workbook/index.htm Fundamentals http://www.salesforce.com/us/developer/docs/fundamentals/index.htm Cookbook http://www.salesforce.com/us/developer/docs/cookbook/index.htm Apex Advanced Code Example http://www.salesforce.com/us/developer/docs/apexcode/Content/apex_shopping_cart_example.htm https://sites.secure.force.com/appexchange/listingDetail?listingId=a0N30000001saDCEAY And many more to come!
There is no way to write one post to cover everything, so I want to address one thing that some people may not have noticed: Salesforce Chatter is being pushed as a platform layer. Looking at the “chiclet” slide that Marc Benioff unveiled, let’s start with the “old” slide: Yes, this is not the exact […]
The keynote hasn’t even started and already there is a lot of chatter on twitter and the web about salesforce.com’s new offering: Salesforce Chatter. In the Blog Pound, we were given books of Service Cloud success stories and chattering-teeth. The press packets were handed out, full of descriptions of Salesforce CRM’s new releases, all focused […]
Good morning, all! As Dreamforce is this week, I’ll be sharing more frequently, updating after every major session and sharing code and config tips picked up during the conference. Salesforce.com was kind enough to give me a Blogger pass, so I may have access to some interesting news; I’ll be sure to share it here. […]
This morning I was greeted by this email from SugarCRM (actually two emails): Dear David Marc Benioff has a few zingers for SugarCRM in his new book Behind the Cloud: “We knew that we had truly emerged as the market leader in the eyes of the industry when we arrived at Dreamforce 2006 to find […]