Developers Guide to the
Salesforce1 Platform
Supporting innovation through Clicks & Code
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John Steve...
Safe Harbor
Safe harbor statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: This presentation may contai...
Salesforce1 platform – birds eye view
Core
Services
Chatter
Multi-
language
Translation
Workbench
Email
ServicesAnalytics
Cloud
Database
Scheema
Builder
Search
...
Employee Facing apps
with Force.com
Helping your business run effectively,
understanding your customers
John Stevenson
@jr...
Visualforce Pages
Visualforce Components
Apex Controllers
Apex Triggers
Metadata API
REST API
Bulk API
Formula Fields
Vali...
trust.salesforce.com
 Salesforce1 Platform handles over 1 Billion transactions per
day
– With a typical response time of ...
Clicks: Setup
Create &
Configure
with Clicks
Clicks: Setup
Create Apps,
Custom Objects, Tabs
Clicks: Create an Object Model
Schema Builder
-view and create
Objects &
Relationships
Standard Objects
-Account
-Contact
...
Clicks: Workflow, Approvals & Flows
Define workflows
that work with
business data
Code: Apex for custom business logic
Extend “clicks” features with code
Code: Code online with the Developer Console
1) Menu
2) Workspace
with tabs
3) Output panel
– logs, test
results, etc
Code: Visualforce Pages for UI customisation
Code: Visualforce Pages & Web Technologies
Code: Visualforce Pages & Web Technologies
Every Object, Every Field: Apex and Visualforce Enabled
Visualforce Pages
Visualforce Components
Apex Controllers
Apex Tri...
Your App
Every Object, Every Field: API Enabled
GET
POST
PATCH
DELETE
OAuth 2.0
HTTPS
Customer facing apps
using Heroku
Scaling interactions with your customers
John Stevenson
@jr0cket
Heroku high scale performance
5 Billion
Requests per day
4+ Million
Apps Created
125+
Add-on Services
Supporting millions ...
status.heroku.com
Use existing developer skills
Ruby, Java, NodeJS, Python, PHP
Virtually every language you can think of can run on Heroku
What is Heroku?
Database
Enterprise grade
Heroku Postgres as a
service
Add-ons
Marketplace for data
stores and app service...
Deal with Success - instantly
Instantly scale the compute resources your apps run on
to handle more customer requests
Busi...
Unifying Interaction with
Canvas
Seamless integration of User Interface in your
Salesforce Org
John Stevenson
@jr0cket
Salesforce Canvas
Embed & Interact with external websites as if they
were part of your Salesforce Org
Salesforce Canvas
Embed & Interact with external websites as if they
were part of your Salesforce Org
Connecting Force.com &
Heroku with Connect
Seamless integration of data between
customer and enterprise
John Stevenson
@jr...
Connected
- linking Heroku Postgres database with your
Salesforce Org
Transforming
customer data translated into business
...
Heroku1 Connect
Heroku
Salesforce Org
Auto synchronization of data
Customer
facing
App /
website
Customer
data
Understandi...
Salesforce1 Mobile App
Using your Salesforce Org on the go
John Stevenson
@jr0cket
Every Object, Every Field: Salesforce1 Mobile Accessible
AppExchange Apps:
Dropbox Concur Evernote ServiceMax More
Custom ...
Two ways to build Mobile Apps
Customer-Facing
Mobile Services
Custom Mobile Apps
Employee-Facing
Out-of-the-box
AppExchang...
Exact Target
Using your Salesforce Org on the go
John Stevenson
@jr0cket
Intelligent marketing apps with Exact Target Fuel
Intelligent marketing apps with Exact Target Fuel
Developer Tools
Helping you build your projects effectively
John Stevenson
@jr0cket
developer.salesforce.com/page/Force.com_IDE
Force.com IDE
- Apex
- Visualforce
pages
- Unit Tests
- Git
MavensMate.com Sublime Text plugin for Force.com
- Apex
- Visualforce
- Unit Tests
- Git
- Lightweight
- Templates
Force.com
Command
Line
Interface
(CLI)
force-cli.heroku.com
Salesforce 1 API’s
John Stevenson
@jr0cket
Salesforce1 Platform API Guide
- Force.com
- Heroku
- Exact Target
- Everything else…
Fun Stuff
John Stevenson
@jr0cket
Contacts
are villagers
Accounts
are
buildings
github.com/metadaddy-sfdc/Forcecraft
Where to go next…
John Stevenson
@jr0cket
developer.salesforce.com
Thank you
developer.salesforce.com
John Stevenson
@jr0cket
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  • 01:00: Safe Harbor
  • This is salesforce1. Salesforce1 is comprised of all the applications that run on top of Salesforce1 Platform Services, and Salesforce1 Platform APIs and served up using the Salesforce1 Mobile App.
    The consolidation of the platform services combined with their APIs make up the Salesforce1 Platform. We have taken this route so that we can enable you, the developer, to create a multitude of mobile applications easily, reliably and with massive flexibility.
    We are here to talk about driving a mobile app revolution in the enterprise.
  • Our platform is a series of tools and features that enable developers to be successful. I am not going to cover these in detail, just wanting to show the scope of the platform and how much it offers you.
  • 08:00 – Our platform has two ways of approaching application development. And these aren’t ivory towers – they blend together. For non-programmers we offer X and for programmers we offer Y. (Call out some of the key features of each and how they relate to each other).
  • The magic button that gets you into the developer world of Salesforce1 Platform
    Show a screenshot – maybe a quick tour live
  • The magic button that gets you into the developer world of Salesforce1 Platform
    Show a screenshot – maybe a quick tour live
  • Show the Schema Builder
  • ?
  • Show some Apex Code
    Triggers
    Objects
    Tests
  • 11:30 - And our programmatic features are automatically aware of the data model as well.
  • 10:30 - You get our API’s, automatically extended: REST, SOAP, Bulk, Streaming
  • developer.salesforce.com/page/Build_your_First_Force.com_Canvas_App
  • developer.salesforce.com/page/Build_your_First_Force.com_Canvas_App
  • 12:00 - On our platform, as you building your data model – you are getting a lot more than just a relational database. You get a mobile app, right out of the gate.
  • Positioning Salesforce1 mobile with respect to bespoke and native mobile development. Salesforce1 mobile app delivers the most value for employee facing (internal company) applications, requiring little or no coding.
  • 12:30 – Let’s see this in action.
    FORCE CLI is here: https://force-cli.heroku.com/
    More info:
    http://www.wadewegner.com/2013/11/a-command-line-interface-for-forcecom/
    Recommended demo path: login, show off some Query statements and then create a simple custom object and field
    (ie force sobject create Random_Object Description:text)
    Highlight that:
    As a platform, we expose our functionality in lots of ways. We think in terms of REST and SOAP, but we also extend things like our metadata API and Tooling API for utilities like this one.
    This is a command line utility which can be looped into other things like build and continous intergration tools.
  • 12:30 – Let’s see this in action.
    FORCE CLI is here: https://force-cli.heroku.com/
    More info:
    http://www.wadewegner.com/2013/11/a-command-line-interface-for-forcecom/
    Recommended demo path: login, show off some Query statements and then create a simple custom object and field
    (ie force sobject create Random_Object Description:text)
    Highlight that:
    As a platform, we expose our functionality in lots of ways. We think in terms of REST and SOAP, but we also extend things like our metadata API and Tooling API for utilities like this one.
    This is a command line utility which can be looped into other things like build and continous intergration tools.
  • 12:30 – Let’s see this in action.
    FORCE CLI is here: https://force-cli.heroku.com/
    More info:
    http://www.wadewegner.com/2013/11/a-command-line-interface-for-forcecom/
    Recommended demo path: login, show off some Query statements and then create a simple custom object and field
    (ie force sobject create Random_Object Description:text)
    Highlight that:
    As a platform, we expose our functionality in lots of ways. We think in terms of REST and SOAP, but we also extend things like our metadata API and Tooling API for utilities like this one.
    This is a command line utility which can be looped into other things like build and continous intergration tools.
  • 12:30 – Let’s see this in action.
    FORCE CLI is here: https://force-cli.heroku.com/
    More info:
    http://www.wadewegner.com/2013/11/a-command-line-interface-for-forcecom/
    Recommended demo path: login, show off some Query statements and then create a simple custom object and field
    (ie force sobject create Random_Object Description:text)
    Highlight that:
    As a platform, we expose our functionality in lots of ways. We think in terms of REST and SOAP, but we also extend things like our metadata API and Tooling API for utilities like this one.
    This is a command line utility which can be looped into other things like build and continous intergration tools.
  • 12:30 – Let’s see this in action.
    FORCE CLI is here: https://force-cli.heroku.com/
    More info:
    http://www.wadewegner.com/2013/11/a-command-line-interface-for-forcecom/
    Recommended demo path: login, show off some Query statements and then create a simple custom object and field
    (ie force sobject create Random_Object Description:text)
    Highlight that:
    As a platform, we expose our functionality in lots of ways. We think in terms of REST and SOAP, but we also extend things like our metadata API and Tooling API for utilities like this one.
    This is a command line utility which can be looped into other things like build and continous intergration tools.
  • Developers guide to the Salesforce1 Platform

    1. 1. Developers Guide to the Salesforce1 Platform Supporting innovation through Clicks & Code slideshare.net/jr0cket John Stevenson @jr0cket
    2. 2. Safe Harbor Safe harbor statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: This presentation may contain forward-looking statements that involve risks, uncertainties, and assumptions. If any such uncertainties materialize or if any of the assumptions proves incorrect, the results of salesforce.com, inc. could differ materially from the results expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements we make. All statements other than statements of historical fact could be deemed forward-looking, including any projections of subscriber growth, earnings, revenues, or other financial items and any statements regarding strategies or plans of management for future operations, statements of belief, any statements concerning new, planned, or upgraded services or technology developments and customer contracts or use of our services. The risks and uncertainties referred to above include – but are not limited to – risks associated with developing and delivering new functionality for our service, our new business model, our past operating losses, possible fluctuations in our operating results and rate of growth, interruptions or delays in our Web hosting, breach of our security measures, risks associated with possible mergers and acquisitions, the immature market in which we operate, our relatively limited operating history, our ability to expand, retain, and motivate our employees and manage our growth, new releases of our service and successful customer deployment, our limited history reselling non-salesforce.com products, and utilization and selling to larger enterprise customers. Further information on potential factors that could affect the financial results of salesforce.com, inc. is included in our annual report on Form 10-K for the most recent fiscal quarter ended July 31, 2011. This document and others are available on the SEC Filings section of the Investor Information section of our Web site. Any unreleased services or features referenced in this or other press releases or public statements are not currently available and may not be delivered on time or at all. Customers who purchase our services should make the purchase decisions based upon features that are currently available. Salesforce.com, inc. assumes no obligation and does not intend to update these forward-looking statements.
    3. 3. Salesforce1 platform – birds eye view
    4. 4. Core Services Chatter Multi- language Translation Workbench Email ServicesAnalytics Cloud Database Scheema Builder Search Visualforce MonitoringMulti-tenant Apex Data-level Security Workflows APIs Mobile Services Social APIs Analytics APIs Bulk APIsRest APIs Metadata APIs Soap APIs Private App Exchange Custom Actions Identity Mobile Notifications Tooling APIs Mobile Packs Mobile SDK Offline Support Streaming APIs Geolocation ET 1:1 ET Fuel Heroku1 Heroku Add-Ons Sharing Model ET API Extensive Salesforce1 Platform API’s and Services
    5. 5. Employee Facing apps with Force.com Helping your business run effectively, understanding your customers John Stevenson @jr0cket
    6. 6. Visualforce Pages Visualforce Components Apex Controllers Apex Triggers Metadata API REST API Bulk API Formula Fields Validation Rules Workflows and Approvals Custom Objects Custom Fields Relationships Page Layouts Record Types User Interface Business Logic Data Model Clicks Code 80% 20% &
    7. 7. trust.salesforce.com  Salesforce1 Platform handles over 1 Billion transactions per day – With a typical response time of 0.25 seconds or less
    8. 8. Clicks: Setup Create & Configure with Clicks
    9. 9. Clicks: Setup Create Apps, Custom Objects, Tabs
    10. 10. Clicks: Create an Object Model Schema Builder -view and create Objects & Relationships Standard Objects -Account -Contact -Etc.
    11. 11. Clicks: Workflow, Approvals & Flows Define workflows that work with business data
    12. 12. Code: Apex for custom business logic Extend “clicks” features with code
    13. 13. Code: Code online with the Developer Console 1) Menu 2) Workspace with tabs 3) Output panel – logs, test results, etc
    14. 14. Code: Visualforce Pages for UI customisation
    15. 15. Code: Visualforce Pages & Web Technologies
    16. 16. Code: Visualforce Pages & Web Technologies
    17. 17. Every Object, Every Field: Apex and Visualforce Enabled Visualforce Pages Visualforce Components Apex Controllers Apex Triggers Custom UICustom UI Custom LogicCustom Logic
    18. 18. Your App Every Object, Every Field: API Enabled GET POST PATCH DELETE OAuth 2.0 HTTPS
    19. 19. Customer facing apps using Heroku Scaling interactions with your customers John Stevenson @jr0cket
    20. 20. Heroku high scale performance 5 Billion Requests per day 4+ Million Apps Created 125+ Add-on Services Supporting millions of apps & services - status.heroku.com
    21. 21. status.heroku.com
    22. 22. Use existing developer skills Ruby, Java, NodeJS, Python, PHP Virtually every language you can think of can run on Heroku
    23. 23. What is Heroku? Database Enterprise grade Heroku Postgres as a service Add-ons Marketplace for data stores and app services Dynos The compute resources to run your app Everything you need to build, run and scale customer apps
    24. 24. Deal with Success - instantly Instantly scale the compute resources your apps run on to handle more customer requests Business is lost forever if your app cant meet the demand
    25. 25. Unifying Interaction with Canvas Seamless integration of User Interface in your Salesforce Org John Stevenson @jr0cket
    26. 26. Salesforce Canvas Embed & Interact with external websites as if they were part of your Salesforce Org
    27. 27. Salesforce Canvas Embed & Interact with external websites as if they were part of your Salesforce Org
    28. 28. Connecting Force.com & Heroku with Connect Seamless integration of data between customer and enterprise John Stevenson @jr0cket
    29. 29. Connected - linking Heroku Postgres database with your Salesforce Org Transforming customer data translated into business applicable information Managed 2-way synchronization of high volumes of data at a sustainable rate Heroku1 Connect Heroku & Force.com www.heroku.com/1
    30. 30. Heroku1 Connect Heroku Salesforce Org Auto synchronization of data Customer facing App / website Customer data Understanding about your customers www.heroku.com/1
    31. 31. Salesforce1 Mobile App Using your Salesforce Org on the go John Stevenson @jr0cket
    32. 32. Every Object, Every Field: Salesforce1 Mobile Accessible AppExchange Apps: Dropbox Concur Evernote ServiceMax More Custom Apps and Integrations: SAP Oracle Everything Custom More Sales, Service and Marketing Accounts Cases Campaigns Dashboards More
    33. 33. Two ways to build Mobile Apps Customer-Facing Mobile Services Custom Mobile Apps Employee-Facing Out-of-the-box AppExchange Apps: Dropbox Concur Evernote ServiceMax More Custom Apps and Integrations: SAP Oracle Everything Custom More Sales, Service and Marketing Accounts Cases Campaigns Dashboards More Salesforce1 Mobile App
    34. 34. Exact Target Using your Salesforce Org on the go John Stevenson @jr0cket
    35. 35. Intelligent marketing apps with Exact Target Fuel
    36. 36. Intelligent marketing apps with Exact Target Fuel
    37. 37. Developer Tools Helping you build your projects effectively John Stevenson @jr0cket
    38. 38. developer.salesforce.com/page/Force.com_IDE Force.com IDE - Apex - Visualforce pages - Unit Tests - Git
    39. 39. MavensMate.com Sublime Text plugin for Force.com - Apex - Visualforce - Unit Tests - Git - Lightweight - Templates
    40. 40. Force.com Command Line Interface (CLI) force-cli.heroku.com
    41. 41. Salesforce 1 API’s John Stevenson @jr0cket
    42. 42. Salesforce1 Platform API Guide - Force.com - Heroku - Exact Target - Everything else…
    43. 43. Fun Stuff John Stevenson @jr0cket
    44. 44. Contacts are villagers Accounts are buildings github.com/metadaddy-sfdc/Forcecraft
    45. 45. Where to go next… John Stevenson @jr0cket
    46. 46. developer.salesforce.com
    47. 47. Thank you developer.salesforce.com John Stevenson @jr0cket slideshare.net/jr0cket

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