One of the most hyped, and in my opinion least documented features of the Summer 13 release of Salesforce is custom Chatter Publisher Actions. Various Salesforce bloggers have written about how easy it is to create and use regular Chatter Publisher Actions, which, basically, just let you quickly create records related to a primary record from your […]
To help foster an ongoing conversation among Salesforce ISV and OEM partners — aka developers of Salesforce AppExchange apps — I started this discussion on the Salesforce ISV Partners LinkedIn group, which I encourage fellow ISV’s/OEM’s to join: Let’s pool our thoughts – best practices for Salesforce ISV/OEM app development One of the best practices […]
We at Skoodat are considering exposing the platform for we use for rapidly building and deploying killer custom UI’s on Force.com — aka Skoodat Skuid. But we’re looking for your feedback: are we crazy, or does this totally excite you? Let us know! Skoodat Skuid — Wicked cool UI platform for Force.com, or not?
When I hear the words “Reports” and “Managed Packages” in the same sentence, I involuntarily let out a grunt of displeasure. Ask any seasoned ISV, and I guarantee you that the same sour taste fills their mouths. Why? Well, here’s the classic problem: An ISV includes some Reports in their managed package. Now, a common […]
There’s nothing like a fresh Salesforce release to reassure SF consultants who, gainfully distracted by quotidian customer requests, have had their impetus to innovate temporarily quenched. Translation — I love working on a platform that innovates faster than I can. Before Richard Vanhook jumps out of his skin (check out his excellent idea posted over […]