Salesforce provides a REST API that makes it easy to access and manipulate Salesforce data from any application. To start using Salesforce OAuth and the REST APIs, you need to add a few components to your development environment: A Proxy Server to avoid cross-domain policy issues when invoking Salesforce REST services. (The Chatter API supports […]
It has been six months since I posted the first version of the Employee Directory app built with Ionic and AngularJS. Ionic has been moving fast, and it was time for an update. Employee directory is a sample application that allows you to look up employees by name, view the details of an employee, call, […]
I recently used Node.js, Express, and MongoDB to rewrite a RESTful API I had previously written in Java and PHP with MySQL (Java version, PHP version), and I thought I’d share the experience… Here is a quick guide showing how to build a RESTful API using Node.js, Express, and MongoDB. Installing Node.js Go to http://nodejs.org, […]
UPDATE: I posted a “Postface” to this series with some lessons learned and an improved version of the app. Make sure you read it here. In Part 1 of this tutorial, we set up the basic infrastructure for the Wine Cellar application. In Part 2, we added the ability to create, update, and delete (CRUD) […]
In Part 1 of this tutorial, we set up the basic infrastructure for the Wine Cellar application. The application so far is read-only: it allows you to retrieve a list of wines, and display the details of the wine you select. In this second installment, we will add the ability to create, update, and delete […]
NOTE: This is the PHP version of this article and its companion app. A Java version is available here. I have been looking for a lightweight framework to build a RESTful API in PHP. There are a number of good options out there: Slim, Epiphany, Tonic, Recess, and Frapi to name a few. They all […]
NOTE: This is the Java version of this article and its companion app. A PHP version is available here. This is a more in depth version of my previous post on the same topic. The previous article only covered the HTTP GET method for building RESTful services. This article (and its new companion app) provides […]
I’m working on a project that required a RESTful API implemented in Java. Jersey, the reference implementation for JAX-RS, made it easy to implement and deploy these services. I figured I’d share my sample application here.