How developers do more in less time


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  • have a resource slide link to rest console list out endpoints that mobile team will use
  • Purpose of this slide is to start engaging audience from very start, we will ask developers which language they are most comfortable so far.
  • This slide will tell audience that we are short on time and something is required live pretty soon.
  • After this slide we will move to a live demo
  • How developers do more in less time

    1. 1. How Developers DoMore in Less Time ?Are you solving technical chaos or business use cases?Abhinav Gupta, Simplion Technologies Inc, Architect | MVP@abhinavguptas
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    3. 3. Hello Hello – Developers check ?Please raise hands - Which platform/language?  Java/JEE  .NET  PHP  Ruby
    4. 4. Agenda: Build RESTful backend for “Meet up” app.• It will track meet-ups, i.e. 1. Events 2. Attendees• App would be developed by two separate dev. teams i.e 1. 2. mobile• We ( team) will develop REST web services for mobile team.
    5. 5. Meet up app challenges !  Has to be live ASAP, i.e. before dreamforce’12 (2 weeks remaining)  Mobile dev. team needs RESTful web services ASAP !  Has to be scalable, more than 80,000+ attendees coming.  Has to be secure.
    6. 6. Time to build “Meet-up” app ? (without  Few hours  3-4 days  More than a week
    7. 7. Lets build it right now, i.e. LIVE !Using  platform (or  Web browser  Chrome – REST Console extension
    8. 8. Over to web browser… !
    9. 9. What RESTful services we exposed so far ? Endpoint : https://[NODE] Resource HTTP Supports Methods/data/v25.0/sobjects/[OBJECT NAME] GET, POST, All CRUD operations on any of Meet PUT, DELETE up, Contact or Attendee objects/data/v25.0/query/?q=[SOQL] GET Complex SQOL calls having nested queries and aggregations./apexrest/meetup GET Performs complex aggregation and returns back the results
    10. 10. Salient features of this RESTful backend:  Its live on WWW.  Good looking screens for CRUD on all objects.  Exposed REST web services.  Its ready to handle the load of 80,000+ attendees, and more.  Security • platform complies with best industry security standards. • Various OAUTH flows available for mobile clients  Doing updates and deploying is super easy and fast
    11. 11. Food for thoughtCan we achieve the same in lesser time, using  Java/JEE  .NET  Ruby  Python  PHP
    12. 12. Abhinav Gupta Architect,@abhinavguptas
    13. 13. Resource  REST API :  Schema Builder:  :  Chrome Extension REST Console: