Over the years, I’ve been fortunate to have got an opportunity to build some very interesting mobile apps – use cases that do not sound very obvious and app ideas which look too ridiculous at first. And that’s one of the reasons why I’ve always loved competing in hackathons and online code competitions as they allow a developer an unparalleled expression of freedom.
One of the most interesting apps I’ve built (along with my colleague Sameer Sharma) using the Salesforce1 Mobile SDK is Noteprise – probably the first ever mobile integration between Evernote and Salesforce. Although the app was built in 2012, the memories are still afresh so let’s just deep dive into it.
Last day of year 2014 and what better than writing a post about my most interesting research of this year for the Salesforce Mobile SDK! In the previous post, we learnt about the need and challenges associated with mobile automation testing in general. Now, let’s move forward and explore an example with some uses cases of typical mobile automation requirements in Salesforce1 apps.
Let’s consider the sample AccountEditor hybrid app that’s shipped with the Salesforce1 Mobile SDK to identify some automation use cases. Continue reading
Over the years, I’ve actively evangelised Salesforce mobile development via a number of means – my sessions at Dreamforce, Jaipur DUG, tutorials on Developer Wiki and the two most popular places to seek help – Salesforce Stack Exchange and Force.com Developer Forums.
All this while, I was completely unaware of this gem called Salesforce MobileSDK Google+ community. Talk about searching for God everywhere in town and then finding him in your own backyard 🙂