Our MobileCaddy Trust site keeps our clients and partners assured that their mobile applications are running properly behind the scenes, with daily alerts and notifications. This article details a recent milestone reached by our systems, and also explains why we’re so happy to be wishing the Trust site a very happy second birthday.
Every month, the London Salesforce developer community gets together to discover great development practices, get to grips with new features and give feedback on APIs and the development experience. As proud sponsors, we ensure all the excellent speaker sessions can be made available online to further the London DUG opportunity for open dialogue and the exchange of ideas.
This month, we had two talks from London DUG members:
With the release of the iPhone X, which has brought with it a new, larger screen size, Apple has also recently updated its App Store policy. This policy now requires all new submissions to the App Store to support the iPhone X’s display resolution. In this article we’ll detail the new requirements, explain how to comply with them, and also cover what impact this will have on MobileCaddy customers specifically.
Product Update Webcast: March 2018
Our Product team are laser-focused on enabling our customers and users to accelerate and de-risk the delivery of highly sophisticated mobile apps that feed off the Salesforce platform.
They are adding new features to the MobileCaddy suite at an incredible rate, whilst engineering reliability and baking in robustness at every opportunity across the entire stack. As you can see from this update, the suite is constantly being simplified and improved, making it easier and easier to use. Here we cover what the team have been up to most recently.
Last month, the third annual edition of Europe’s largest community-led event for Salesforce professionals took place in London. London’s Calling is an event designed to bring together anyone working with Salesforce to network, share ideas, solve problems, and learn new skills
We were particularly excited about the event, as our Lead Mobile Technical Architect, Todd Halfpenny, was not only part of the team in charge, but was also presenting for the third year running.
The rest of the great organising and volunteering team was diverse, including Simon Goodyear, Kerry Townsend, Amanda Beard-Neilson, Francis Pindar, Jodi Wagner, and Lauren Touyet. We’re very proud of our contribution to these Salesforce community events, which also extends to our sponsorship of the London Developer User Group.
2018 was the best year yet
The event seems to be getting bigger and better every year, and 2018 promised plenty of interesting attractions and engaging sessions for attendees to get involved in.
Towards the end of last year it was revealed that 87% of Salesforce customers and 89% of Fortune 100 companies are now using applications from the Salesforce AppExchange.
This is great news, because it means that large enterprises are beginning to see the value in leveraging Salesforce’s multi-cloud and platform offerings as part of their digital transformation strategies.
These forward-thinking customers are now becoming more astute and, as a result, more demanding in their uses of this technology. But that’s putting huge pressure on Salesforce partners to deliver challenging projects at speed and without risk.
Business leaders also know they need a wide variety of supporting technology solutions too if they want to get the most value out of their multi-cloud infrastructures. That means Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) like us here at MobileCaddy, and Systems Integrators (SIs), are having to work together closely to ensure their Salesforce customers’ needs are being met.