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Phoenix Developer User Group October 9, 2014. Agenda  5:30p - Sign-in, Introductions & Announcements  5:45p - Review of Force.com best practices & tools.

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1 Phoenix Developer User Group October 9, 2014

2 Agenda  5:30p - Sign-in, Introductions & Announcements  5:45p - Review of Force.com best practices & tools  6:15p - Bug Contest  7:00p - Wrap-up discussion about DF '14 & future meeting topics

3 About Phoenix Developer Group  developer.salesforce.com  Force.com, Heroku focus for coders, declarative developer, advanced min, sales/marketing, etc.  RSVP on Meetup  Meeting dates – December 11th

4 About Phoenix User Group  usergroups.salesforce.com  Meetings 1st Thursday of the month (time varies)  Open to all users  General focus for any user  #GirlyGeeks  RSVP on Eventbrite  Meeting dates – November 6th  LinkedIn - post jobs, promotions, etc  Chatter Success Community has a “no spam” policy

5 Tools  Comprehensive List  https://developer.salesforce.com/page/Tools https://developer.salesforce.com/page/Tools  Tools page Salesforce instance -> Setup -> Build -> Develop -> Tools  https://na12.salesforce.com/ui/setup/sforce/ClientDevTo olsSetupPage?setupid=ClientDevTools&retURL=%2Fui %2Fsetup%2FSetup%3Fsetupid%3DDevToolsIntegrate https://na12.salesforce.com/ui/setup/sforce/ClientDevTo olsSetupPage?setupid=ClientDevTools&retURL=%2Fui %2Fsetup%2FSetup%3Fsetupid%3DDevToolsIntegrate

6 Force.com IDE Eclipse plugin for developing Force.com applications, providing source code editors, test execution tools, wizards, and integrated help. https://developer.salesforce.com/page/Force.com_IDE

7 Force.com Migration Tool A Java/ANT-based command line utility for scripted deployment of application metadata.

8 Force.com Data Loader The Force.com Data Loader helps you to perform bulk operations data in your Force.com environment: insert, update, upsert and delete data, as well as export data from Force.com objects. You can use.csv files or relational databases as the source or target for this data movement.

9 PHP Toolkit This toolkit provides an easy way to make Force.com SOAP API method calls from within PHP. Read Getting Started with the Force.com Toolkit for PHP for details on getting started.

10 Salesforce-Supported Tools  Developer Console A browser-based collection of tools you can use to create, debug, and test applications in your Salesforce organization.  Force.com IDE Eclipse plugin for developing Force.com applications, providing source code editors, test execution tools, wizards, and integrated help.  Force.com Migration Tool A Java/ANT-based command line utility for scripted deployment of application metadata.

11 Community-Supported Tools  Salesforce.com Support Not Available  Force.com Explorer.NET-based tool for inspecting schema, and building and testing SOQL queries.

12 Partner-Supported Data Loading Tools  Jitterbit Data Loader for Salesforce A free, third-party data migration tool that lets administrators automate the import and export of data between flat files, databases, and salesforce.com.salesforce.com  Dataloader.io No download, free data loader for Salesforce. Leverage keyboard shortcuts for object lookups and data mapping. No security token required.

13 Partner-Supported Data Loading Tools (con’t)  WebSphere Cast Iron Data Loader WebSphere Cast Iron Data Loader is a FREE cloud based integration solution that allows Salesforce users to import/exchange data between Salesforce and other data sources.

14 Partner-Supported Data Loading Tools (con’t)  Informatica Cloud Data Loader Informatica Cloud Data Loader for Salesforce is a FREE data loading application that automates the import/export of Salesforce and Force.com data between databases and files.

15 Source Control Tools  Git + Force.com IDE –http://appirio.com/category/tech-blog/2012/12/setting-up-source-control-with- eclipse-force-com-ide/http://appirio.com/category/tech-blog/2012/12/setting-up-source-control-with- eclipse-force-com-ide/ –http://www.shivasoft.in/blog/salesforce/salesforce-git-eclipse-egit-better-and- distributed-source-control/http://www.shivasoft.in/blog/salesforce/salesforce-git-eclipse-egit-better-and- distributed-source-control/ –http://blog.deadlypenguin.com/blog/2014/07/21/using-git-with-salesforce-and- distributed-teams/http://blog.deadlypenguin.com/blog/2014/07/21/using-git-with-salesforce-and- distributed-teams/ –https://developer.salesforce.com/blogs/labs/2011/04/how-to-use-git-github- force-com-ide-open-source-labs-apps.htmlhttps://developer.salesforce.com/blogs/labs/2011/04/how-to-use-git-github- force-com-ide-open-source-labs-apps.html –http://www.wadewegner.com/2013/10/configuring-the-forcecom-ide-with- eclipse-and-using-git/http://www.wadewegner.com/2013/10/configuring-the-forcecom-ide-with- eclipse-and-using-git/

16 Source Control Tools  SVN + Force.com IDE –https://developer.salesforce.com/page/Using_Force.com_with_Subversion_for_ Team_Developmenthttps://developer.salesforce.com/page/Using_Force.com_with_Subversion_for_ Team_Development –https://developer.salesforce.com/page/Checkout_Force.com_Metadata_From_ Subversionhttps://developer.salesforce.com/page/Checkout_Force.com_Metadata_From_ Subversion –http://www.soliantconsulting.com/blog/2013/03/working-forcecom-ide-and- subversion-svnhttp://www.soliantconsulting.com/blog/2013/03/working-forcecom-ide-and- subversion-svn 

17 Source Control Tools  SVN plugin for Eclipse:  Tortoise (Windows) :  Cornerstone (Mac OS X): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cornerstone/id ?mt=12https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cornerstone/id ?mt=12

18 Source Control Tools  SVN plugin for Eclipse:  Tortoise (Windows) :  Cornerstone (Mac OS X): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cornerstone/id ?mt=12https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cornerstone/id ?mt=12

19 Discussion Meeting Notes  Ant does the job many of times  Promoting from Dev to QA, different based on size of team and projects  IBM Clear Case is messy  Do you have a branching strategy?  How do you handle SOX compliance in your release process?  Change Sets self documents. The alternative is manually documenting after using other tools.

20 Discussion Meeting Notes (con’t)  Additional Tools Discussed –Jenkins CI –Red Hat JBoss Fuse –Dreamfactory Snapshot - good for teams from –MavensMate –SoqlXplorer –Force.com Explorer

21 Thank You


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