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NgForce: A JS Library For Quickly Building Salesforce Apps Using AngularJS


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AngularJS is an extremely popular JavaScript framework from Google. It makes building front-end apps easy and efficient. It's feature-rich and extensible, and allows us to easily build libraries on …

AngularJS is an extremely popular JavaScript framework from Google. It makes building front-end apps easy and efficient. It's feature-rich and extensible, and allows us to easily build libraries on top of it. ngForce is one such library that extends AngularJS and provides various APIs to make it trivial to build HTML5 apps. Join us for an introduction to the Angular.js framework, and to the ngForce framework for Angular Salesforce applications. You'll experience the rapidity and flexibility of Angular and ngForce by participating in the development of a simple, responsive desktop and mobile application that displays Opportunities from a development org, and more.

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  • 1. NgForce A JS Library for Quickly Building Salesforce Apps with Angular.js Kevin Poorman Technical Architect At Madrona Solutions group & MVP @CodeFriar
  • 2. Kevin Poorman Technical Architect At Madrona Solutions Group & MVP Twitter: @CodeFriar
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  • 4. Agenda ▪ What is Angular.js? ▪ Promises Overview • Overview ▪ Demo App walkthrough • Services and Factories ▪ Code walkthrough • Directives ▪ What is NgForce? • Vfr (VisualForce Remoting) • Helper methods • Overview Diagram ▪ Questions and Answers
  • 5. What is Angular.js? • Javascript Framework • Developed by Google • Declarative • Embrace and Extend HTML5 • Enterprise ready • Do more with less code • Intelligent abstractions
  • 6. Angular.js Services / Factories in a nutshell • Singleton Object • Many built-in • Example built-in services: $resource, $http, $q • Custom Services • Dependency Injected
  • 7. Directives in a nutshell • Extend HTML • Built-in directives • ng-hide, ng-show, ng-repeat and ng-app • Declaratively applied • Custom directives • Complex Topic
  • 8. What is NgForce? • Angular.js service • vfr – i.e.: VisualForce Remoting • Companion Apex Class • Promise based interface • Helper methods • Only VisualForce Remoting
  • 9. NgForce – vfr • vfr • vfr.query() • vfr.queryFromFieldset() • vfr.soqlFromFieldset() • vfr.describePicklistValues() • vfr.bulkCreate()
  • 10. How it all fits together (Overview Diagram) Angular JS App Your Controllers dependency inject vfr, the NgForce service. Apex – ngForceController. cls VisualForce Remoting Standard Salesforce functionality.
  • 11. Promises Overview • I promise • Then • Error • Cleaner code • Chaining
  • 12. Promises Overview
  • 13. Demo Application Walkthrough
  • 14. Kevin Poorman Technical Architect & Force. com MVP, @CodeFriar https://github. com/noeticpenguin/ngF orce
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