Designing for Success: Countdown to the Salesforce World Tour, Part 4

Designing-for-successAs our series of exclusive insights from members of the MobileCaddy team continues, I sat down with our Senior Mobile Technical Architect, Todd Halfpenny, to discuss what he feels is the most important thing for business leaders to get right to successfully build a mobile app which delivers value for their employees.

Todd explained: “Essentially, the design of an application – not just in terms of its graphical representation, but how it’s actually built, and the UX flows which are thought about – is the key thing in mobile at the moment.

Because users are working across so many different devices now, especially with BYOD becoming more and more popular, you have to be able to cater for all sorts of different screen sizes and different hardware with your design decisions.

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Join MobileCaddy at the Salesforce World Tour 2016 in London

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The Salesforce World Tour

Thursday, 19 May, 2016

ExCel Centre, London

 

Join MobileCaddy at the upcoming London-based Salesforce event, to learn how the disruptive impact of enterprise mobility is driving businesses to extend the Salesforce platform, maximising the value gained from mobile technology.

The MobileCaddy team will be demonstrating this philosophy by showcasing mobile apps with fully customisable user interfaces, that are completely functional even when offline, guaranteed to accelerate any business along the path to true mobile transformation.

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MobileCaddy – An Architectural Overview

Because it provides an end-to-end lifecycle solution for mobilising mission critical mobile apps, MobileCaddy has a number of areas of functionality. To help understand where MobileCaddy fits in with your current Salesforce.com setup, and how apps are configured, developed, and deployed to our users, below is a short video giving a high level architectural overview.

 

You’ll see that MobileCaddy is a fully native package that is installed from the AppExchange. Once this is installed it is a matter of point and click to begin to create your first application. This is all in the native Salesforce UI and then lets us select and mobilise our current standard or custom sObjects and fields.

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