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Master Force.com, Today’s Fastest, Most Flexible Cloud Development Platform
With Salesforce.com’s Force.com platform, you can build and deploy powerful cloud-based enterprise applications faster than ever before. Now, Jason Ouellette gives you all the practical, technical guidance you need to make the most of the newest Force.com releases in your own custom cloud applications.
Throughout, he adds new code and updated best practices for rapidly prototyping, building, and testing production-quality Force.com solutions. This edition’s extensive new coverage includes Developer Console, JSON, Streaming and Tooling APIs, Bulk API, Force.com Canvas, REST integration, support for Web MVC frameworks, Dynamic Apex and Visualforce, and an all-new chapter on mobile user interfaces.
Ouellette covers the entire platform: UIs, database design, analytics, security, and many other topics. His code examples emphasize maintainability, flexibility, and seamless integration—and you can run and adapt all of them with a free Force.com Developer Edition account. Coverage includes:
If you’re already building Web or mobile applications, take your next giant step into enterprise cloud development—with Development with the Force.com Platform, Third Edition.
All code examples in this book are available on Github at http://goo.gl/fjRqMX, and as a Force.com IDE project on Github at https://github.com/jmouel/dev-with-force-3e.
Salesforce.com’s Force.com platform launched a revolution in enterprise software development, enabling enterprise developers to build and deploy powerful cloud-based enterprise applications far faster than traditional technology stacks ever permitted. Now, building on his first two best-selling editions, Jason Ouellette’s Development with the Force.com Platform, Third Edition gives developers all the practical, technical guidance they need to make the most of the newest Force.com releases in their own custom applications.
Ouellette fully reflects all six major releases to Force.com since his Second Edition was released, adding new code and updated best practices for rapidly prototyping, deploy, and market production-quality Force.com applications. Extensive new coverage in this edition includes Batch APEX, REST and JSON support, Chatter, Salesforce Touch, new security options, and much more.
Writing for a growing audience of beginner-to-intermediate-level Force.com developers, Ouellette covers every facet of today’s Force.com platform, including user interfaces, database design, analytics, security, app packaging for Force.com’s AppExchange, and much more. Throughout, he writes from a coder’s point of view, providing code examples at every step, and emphasizing maintainability, flexibility, and co-existence with other enterprise technologies. All of his code samples can be run and adapted using a no-cost Force.com Developer Edition account.
Highlights of this book’s uniquely thorough coverage include:
About the Author
Jason Ouellette is a SaaS entrepreneur and independent technology consultant with 17 years of experience in the enterprise software industry, including 9 years of hands-on work with Salesforce.com. He is currently CTO and Co-Founder of SocialPandas, a SaaS product company focused on converting social data into actionable intelligence for salespeople. In his prior role as Chief Architect of Appirio, a leading Salesforce.com consultancy, he led the development of popular Salesforce AppExchange applications such as Cloud Sync, Cloud Factor, and Professional Services Enterprise. He was recognized by Salesforce as a Force.com MVP in 2011–2013, and Force.com Developer Hero in 2009. He has a B.S. in Information and Decision Systems from Carnegie Mellon University.
Table of Contents
1. Introducing Force.com
2. Database Essentials
3. Database Security
4. Business Logic
5. Advanced Business Logic
6. User Interfaces
7. Advanced User Interfaces
8. Mobile User Interfaces
9. Batch Processing
10. Integration with Force.com
11. Composite Applications
12. Social Applications
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