Author Archive | Christophe Coenraets

Sample Ionic 2 Application with a Salesforce Back-End

In my previous post, I shared an Employee Directory application built with Ionic 2. In this post, I share another Ionic 2 sample application: ContactManager is similar to EmployeeDirectory, but instead of using in-memory data, it uses the Salesforce REST APIs to retrieve contacts from Salesforce. Instead of its version 1 custom module infrastructure, Angular […]

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Sample Application with Ionic 2

The first public alpha of Ionic 2 was announced last week at Angular Connect. Check out the announcement blog post. To experiment with Ionic 2 (and Angular 2), I created a new version of the Employee Directory application I wrote when I first explored Ionic almost two years ago. Try It Here Click here to […]

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Integrating ECMAScript 6 Web Applications with Salesforce Using OAuth and REST

ForceJS is a client-side micro-library that makes it easy to integrate web or hybrid applications with Salesforce using OAuth and the Salesforce REST APIs. I recently updated ForceJS to leverage ECMAScript 6. ForceJS is now available as an ECMAScript 6 module and can be installed from npm. In this article, I’ll walk you through the […]

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React University: Sample Application with React, Node.js 4, and the Lightning Design System

React University is a sample project demonstrating how to build real-life applications with React, Node.js, and the Lightning Design System. React University is written using ECMAScript 6 at the client-side (leveraging Babel) and at the server-side (leveraging the new ES6 support in Node.js 4). Watch the video for a quick walkthrough of the application: Highlights […]

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Trader Desktop with React and the Lightning Design System on Heroku

After the real estate sample application I shared last week, here is a React + Lightning Design System version of the Trader Desktop sample application I’ve shared before using other frameworks. The Lightning Design System is the new CSS toolkit from Salesforce that provides a set of UI components, UI patterns and guidelines focused on […]

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Reference Application with React, Node.js, and the Lightning Design System

If you are building business apps with React, I created a reference application with React and the Lightning Design System: the new language, framework, and vendor-independent CSS toolkit from Salesforce that provides a set of UI components, UI patterns and guidelines focused on Business/Enterprise app development. Check out this video for a quick walkthrough: The […]

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Building React Applications with Babel, ECMAScript 6 and Modules

With the deprecation of the React tools, the availability of ECMAScript 6 features (natively or through transpilers), and the emergence of Babel as both the React tools replacement and the ECMAScript 6 transpiler of choice, I thought I’d share a simple reference application built with this new stack. In this article, I’ll share three versions […]

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