1.5m Mobile Transactions Proves Performance and Reduced Risk for MobileCaddy Apps

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Just two months after achieving a groundbreaking first 1 million transactions monitored in a single month, our systems have quickly moved on to the next milestone, passing the 1.5 million transaction barrier in May. This article will explain the significance of those systems and the important role they play for our clients’ and partners’ mission critical Salesforce mobile apps.

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London Salesforce DUG, May 2018: Trailhead DX Global Gathering

london-dg-thumbnail-may2018 Our regular readers will know by now that the London Salesforce developer community comes together once a month in London to network, share great tips and development practices, get to grips with new features, and give feedback on APIs and the development experience.

As proud sponsors of the London Salesforce DUG YouTube channel, we’ll continue to provide the highlights of each event to ensure members of the community who can’t attend in person can keep up to speed. But, trust us, they’re way better in person, so be sure to come along the next time you’re available.

This month’s DUG event took place on Tuesday, 15 May, hosted by Salesforce at the impressive Salesforce Tower with food and drinks kindly sponsored by Data Dwell (a Salesforce AppExchange Partner). It featured a presentation from a special guest speaker Eric Jacobson, VP Product Manager, Salesforce Lightning, but before that was one of the meetup organisers, Keir Bowden:

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November 2017: MobileCaddy Updates for Your Salesforce Mobile Apps

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This November product update highlights some exciting new things our team has added to the MobileCaddy Application Delivery Framework in recent weeks. We’re constantly working hard to improve the experience of delivering Salesforce mobile apps for our clients and partners, and that means keeping the framework evolving and improving. As I do every month, I’ve sat down with Paul, our CTO, Todd, our Chief Mobile Technical Architect, and Frank, our Lead Product Engineer to surface the best bits from the past month. This update will walk you through all the latest aspects of our framework for you to check out.

 

So what’s new with MobileCaddy this month?

 

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October 2017: MobileCaddy Updates for Your Salesforce Mobile Apps

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Our readers have responded very positively to these monthly updates – this is our fourth now, for those who haven’t been following closely – on all the aspects of the MobileCaddy Application Delivery Framework (ADF) which are still being developed.

Over the past few weeks, our team has been hard at work adding even more new features to the ADF, further reducing the challenge of delivering Salesforce mobile apps for our clients and partners. It’s very encouraging to see the improvements and additions we make each month continue to prove useful, as we receive more requests and lots of great feedback.

So what’s new with MobileCaddy this month?

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September 2017: MobileCaddy Updates for Your Salesforce Mobile Apps

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In our latest monthly product update for customers and partners, we’ve concentrated on some of the ways in which the MobileCaddy Application Delivery Framework has improved to enhance the experience of building, operating, and supporting mobile apps on the Salesforce platform.

Once again, this discussion includes Paul, our CTO, Todd, our Chief Mobile Technical Architect, and Frank, our Lead Product Engineer. As always we cover the most exciting new additions to the MobileCaddy framework in the past few weeks

So what’s new with MobileCaddy this month?

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How to Master Salesforce Mobile App Distribution with Containerisation Services

As the demand for custom mobile apps continues to skyrocket, it’s becoming easier to meet business requirements by using hybrid apps built with standard web technologies, and using container apps to overcome the challenge of distribution. This article provides an overview of how to easily distribute Salesforce mobile apps across iOS, Android, and Windows 10.

Hybrid Apps Open the Door for Containerisation

There are essentially two different approaches to building mobile apps: native and hybrid. It is important to understand the high-level differences to put this article in context to then see how we can leverage Container Apps to de-skill, de-risk and accelerate our time to market.

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