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Winter 14 Release Developer Preview


Watch this webinar to discover new and updated Salesforce Platform features coming in the Winter '14 Release including: …

Watch this webinar to discover new and updated Salesforce Platform features coming in the Winter '14 Release including: Canvas -- Canvas continues to add useful features such as ability to access a Canvas app from the Chatter Publisher Action, support for the Streaming API along with modified user permissions and SDK field changes.
API Updates -- New features added to SOQL, SOSL, REST API, SOAP API, Chatter API, Metadata API and the Streaming API. Additionally, we continue to make performance improvements to the Bulk API, Tooling API and Analytics REST API.
Visualforce Updates -- Visualforce enhancements in Winter ’14 are focused on improving the experience of developing HTML5 apps, with some additional development tools improvements and other changes.
Developer Console -- New features have been added to make code management within your organization much easier.
Apex Code -- New classes, methods and interfaces have been added. Updates have been made to Chatter in Apex as well as new classes have been included in Winter ‘14.

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  • 1. Release Developer Preview August 22, 2013
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  • 3. #forcewebinar Speakers Ryan Upton Developer Evangelist @ryanjupton Sandeep Bhanot Developer Evangelist @cloudysan
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  • 5. #forcewebinar Agenda §  Visualforce updates §  Apex updates §  Canvas updates §  Miscellaneous updates §  Security updates §  Q&A
  • 6. #forcewebinar Have Questions? §  We have an expert support team at the ready to answer your questions during the webinar. §  Ask your questions via the GoToWebinar Questions Pane. §  The speaker(s) will chose top questions to answer live at the end of the webinar. §  Please post your questions as we go along! §  Only post your question once; we’ll get to it as we go down the list.
  • 7. #forcewebinar Visualforce Updates
  • 8. #forcewebinar Visualforce HTML5 updates §  New <apex:input> component §  type Attribute for <apex:input> and <apex:inputField>
  • 9. #forcewebinar Visualforce HTML5 updates §  Server-side View State - Pilot §  Additional support for Pass-Through HTML Attributes §  Deferred Loading of JavaScript Resources via <apex:includeScript>
  • 10. #forcewebinar Apex Updates
  • 11. #forcewebinar Statement Governor Limit - REMOVED CPU time for a transaction is 10,000 milliseconds for synchronous Apex, and 60,000 milliseconds for asynchronous Apex (Batch Apex and future methods). CPU time excludes database operations (DML, SOQL etc.) and Apex callouts
  • 12. #forcewebinar New Database methods §  Database.getUpdated, Database.getDeleted §  Database.merge
  • 13. #forcewebinar New QuickAction Describe method and class §  QuickAction.DescribeLayoutComponent §  QuickAction.describeQuickActions §  QuickAction.DescribeLayoutItem §  QuickAction.DescribeLayoutRow §  QuickAction.DescribeLayoutSection QuickAction = Chatter Publisher Actions
  • 14. #forcewebinar Canvas Updates
  • 15. #forcewebinar Canvas §  Custom canvas publisher actions - Pilot –  Custom canvas actions are actions that use the functionality of a canvas app. –  You can use any existing canvas app as a custom action. §  Canvas now supports the Streaming API. –  New JavaScript event and methods that listen for notifications.
  • 16. #forcewebinar DEMO
  • 17. #forcewebinar Miscellaneous Updates
  • 18. #forcewebinar Workflow §  With winter ‘14 you can create workflow rules and actions for the User object - Beta –  Build workflow around the User object without having to create workflows and triggers. –  There are a few limitations for this beta release, review the release notes for details.
  • 19. #forcewebinar Sandbox Updates §  Configuration Sandboxes are now Developer Pro. §  Bigger is better –  Developer Pro – 1GB –  Developer – 200MB
  • 20. #forcewebinar Environment Hub §  Environment Hub is now GA. §  The Environment Hub lets you view, connect, and access multiple Salesforce organizations from one location. –  Very handy if you have a larger number of orgs for business, development and testing.
  • 21. #forcewebinar API Updates §  Analytics API is GA! –  The Analytics API lets you integrate Salesforce report data into your apps programmatically. §  Bulk API increases submitted batches from 2K to 3K per 24 hour period.
  • 22. #forcewebinar API Updates §  Performance and stability enhancements to Streaming API. –  Increases in the number of concurrent clients, events and topics. –  Filtered Subscriptions
  • 23. #forcewebinar Flexible API Limits - Pilot §  Flexible limits allow your organization to exceed its API request limit up to 50 percent above your normal limits within the limit timeframe (typically 24 hours). §  Flexible limits apply to the SOAP and REST APIs
  • 24. #forcewebinar Better ways to monitor your API usage §  New LimitInfoHeader in the SOAP API §  New Limit Info Header in the REST API §  New Limits Resource added to the REST API – Pilot curl -H "Authorization: OAuth <token>" { "DailyApiRequests": { "Remaining":"4980", "Max":"5000" }, …. }
  • 25. #forcewebinar Field History Data Retention - Pilot §  Field History Data > 18 months old will NOT be deleted §  API to define the field history data that you would like to retain, and the length of time you would like to retain it. –  Available via the Enterprise SOAP and Tooling APIs
  • 26. #forcewebinar Security Updates
  • 27. #forcewebinar Customizable Branding on Login Page
  • 28. #forcewebinar Other Security Updates §  Two-Factor Authentication (for mobile use cases) §  Use OpenID Connect Authentication Providers like Amazon, Google, and PayPal to log into your Salesforce organization, portal, or site §  Two-Way Mutual Authentication §  Use Frontdoor.jsp to Log Into Salesforce –
  • 29. #forcewebinar Upcoming Events Salesforce API Series: Service Cloud Console Deep Dive August 28, 2013 Intro to Mobile SDK: Building iOS Apps September 5, 2013 Mobile CodeTalk September 12, 2013
  • 30. Q & A #forcewebinar Ryan Upton Developer Evangelist @ryanjupton Sandeep Bhanot Developer Evangelist @cloudysan
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