If you are a Force.com developer, are you familiar with streaming API?
Have you ever had a chance to implement it to applications?
In this post, I will discuss using streaming API, which enables push notifications in Salesforce, by referring to the background techniques and operation overview, as well as by sharing some simple sample code.
I will also cover restriction matters too, so I hope this helps your understanding for your own projects. Read More
I would like to give you some tips concerning the execution order of Apex, as I myself once had a hard time trying to figure it out. I realized the Apex class processing was executed in a different order when there is an ‘action processing’ in a page tag on a Visualforce page. Read More
I would like to give my thoughts on how to pursue system development while retaining the high productivity that Force.com offers.
“Force.com can generate 5x development productivity compared to Java and .NET” Read More
In Force.com, there is a Salesforce specific query language called SOQL (Salesforce Object Query Language), which is used for accessing a database from a program. As sentence structures of SOQL are almost the same as SQL, there would not be much trouble in learning SOQL if you have any experience with SQL. Read More
In the previous post, we discussed object-level security (especially profiles). Configuring access settings for the actual records is also important for securing data. Let’s explore what we can do, and how we can set up access control at the record level. Read More
As users are exploring the ways to leverage Force.com, confidential information related to company compliance, privacy, and financial statements are all on one platform. Obviously, security comes to the top of the agenda when building an app on Force.com. Read More
Today we are launching TerraSky Inc.’s tech blog and what better way to do that than to announce new and expanded partnerships over the course of the next few blog posts. TerraSky has recently partnered with a company called Springcreek Systems to help tackle the movement of clean and standardized information between systems. Springcreek Systems is a company that specializes in data de-duplication, matching and standardization.
Springcreek’s Blackbird Match Engine is the only multi-domain standalone matching engine that can be easily embedded in any application. Blackbird can be customized to fit almost any need – and match anything from contact to product data. It also works on Windows and Linux, so no matter what technology stack you’re using, Blackbird can plug right in. Read More