IonicRealty: New Ionic 2 Sample Application

A couple of months ago, I shared a first Ionic 2 sample app built with Ionic 2 alpha. Ionic 2 is now in beta and things have changed a bit. To stay up to date with the latest changes, I built IonicRealty, a new sample app built with Ionic 2 beta. Watch the video: In […]

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Slack and Salesforce Integration – Part 2

In my previous post, I demonstrated how to access Slack from Salesforce. I shared an example showing how to use Slack Webhooks and ProcessBuilder to automatically post messages to Slack channels when specific events happen in Salesforce (for example, when the status of an opportunity changes). In this post, I cover the other side of […]

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Slack and Salesforce Integration

Slack is a team collaboration application that has gained a significant amount of momentum over the last 2 years. One of the things that sets Slack apart is the simple and powerful way it can integrate with external applications (Google Drive, Twitter, Trello, or any other app). Using Incoming Webhooks, external apps can automatically post […]

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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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