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Connecting to Salesforce using OAuth 2.0 from PHP

Introduction Salesforce, with its rich set of APIs allows endless integration with 3rd party systems. The key to accessing Salesforce from another system, be it a Web App, Mobile device or even a command line script, is logging on and

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Pebble Watch: Salesforce Approvals – Part 2

In Part 1, we looked at creating the Salesforce server application to expose the Approvals and the target objects via some REST based web services. In the second part of this article we look at creating the Pebble watch app

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Productivity Tip : Quicker Javascript and CSS development using Dropbox

I’ve been working on a Javascript/CSS heavy Visualforce page this week and it can be a real pain tweaking the code, saving the library, zipping up the static resource, uploading it to Salesforce, testing the change and then repeating the

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