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Clicks not Passwords

You know that thing, when inspiration hits, and you just want to build something cool? Well that happened to me whilst attending a recent London Salesforce developer group. And the output… Clicks not Passwords; a truly cross-platform App Tray utility for logging on to Salesforce organisations. But let’s rewind. Before the DUG agenda was even […]

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The Move Beyond Ionic v1 & AngularJS v1 – The MobileCaddy Approach and Timelines

Update 12th November 2017 Ionic have released Ionic v3.9.2 that supports Angular 5. This release appears to have only a relatively small impact on the MobileCaddy Ionic 2+ roadmap in the guise of breaking changes (e.g. template → ng-template). Update 3rd November 2017 New major release of Angular released. Angular 5.0. There don’t appear to […]

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London’s Calling 2017 Preview: Using browser tools for Salesforce app development

Europe’s largest community-led event for Salesforce professionals has come around once again, with London’s Calling 2017 taking place Friday, 10 February in… you guessed it, London. With yet another fantastic panel of speakers, experts, and MVPs presenting at the event as always, recognised Salesforce consultant Phil Walton has released his 2017 list of 25 people to meet […]

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London Salesforce Developer Meetup – Jan 2017 Review

The London Salesforce Developer User Group kicked off the new year with another lightning talk based event. This one was fielded by the graduates of the latest Speaker Diversity Programme. The speakers at the event were the second batch of graduates to pass through the course, and one lucky winner would gain a speaker slot […]

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Salesforce Mobile SDK 5 Opens New Doors for Developers

Coming back to work after the Christmas break is rarely easy, but thanks to a late December announcement from the Salesforce Mobile SDK team, there’s already been cause for excitement as we look ahead to the rest of 2017! That’s right, the Salesforce Mobile SDK 5 has now been released for iOS, Android, and Cordova. The Salesforce […]

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Ionic UK Meetup – Dec Review

Last night I attended the Ionic UK meetup at Makers Academy in Aldgate. Some of the lovely folk from Adobe were there too, to talk to us about some of the things that are going on with them and Cordova. They were on a European tour that encapsulates dotjs, DevRelCon (which I’m sad to have […]

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Desktop Hybrid Apps, Plugins, and IonicNative

This is the first in a series of posts on just one tranche of the future for hybrid apps; the one that sees them continue to expand their reach on to PCs and Macs as ‘Desktop Hybrid’ apps. Desktop Hybrid Apps And since this is ‘post number one’ in the series, let us start with […]

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London Salesforce Admin Meetup – Oct Review

Well what a busy couple of weeks it’s been in terms of meetups. Partner that with a pretty chocker-block work schedule and I’ve ended up with a backlog of meetup reviews to write-up. And so I come to the Salesforce Awesome Admin User Group… where do I start? Oh yeah, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!   The London […]

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London Salesforce Developer Meetup – Oct 2016 Review

DRONES! Yup, DRONES… whoop! And with that out the way, let’s crack on. This month’s London Salesforce DUG had a new venue – the WeWork offices, provided by Xactly. On arrival I was asked if I liked beer, as there was lots on offer… as if drones weren’t enough to make me pleased to have […]

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Ionic Sept 16 Meetup Review

It had been a long, long time since the last Ionic Meetup, and much had changed in the Ionic landscape – not to mention Angular 2 – so I personally felt it was really good to see some of the community members again in person. The timing of this particular meet was also handy in […]

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