Why to use Bower for your web developement

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What is Bower
It is client side package Manager and Great tool to manage all you web dependencies like JavaScript libraries and other assets.

Bower
Bower

What can be done from Bower
Web sites are made of lots of things — frameworks, libraries, assets, utilities, and rainbows. Bower manages all these things for you.

# registered package
$ bower install jquery

# GitHub shorthand – download repository SOQLBuilder from user Jitendra on Git
$ bower install JitendraZaa/SOQLBuilder

# Git endpoint
$ bower install git://github.com/user/package.git

# URL
$ bower install http://somewebsiteURL.com/script.js

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How to use PostgreSQL in Nodejs

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I have written many articles on Node.js and AngularJs. In this article, I will demonstrate how to use PostgreSQL with Node.js and deploy on Heroku. I think you already smelled that this is one of starting article which will finally merged with Salesforce to create some cool application.

Assuming you already have some background knowledge on Node.js and Heroku, If not please visit previous articles of this blog or my Slideshare account. Using Angularjs is totally optional and you can use library like JQuery or plain JavaScript.

To connect PostgreSQL, we need “pg” module.

PostgreSQL in Node.js
PostgreSQL in Node.js

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Dreamforce 2014 Session – create web based IDE for Salesforce

In Dreamforce 2014, I got chance to present demo of creating online IDE for Salesforce using Tooling API. I used Node.js as a language to communicate with Salesforce API on Heroku Platform.

Demo

  1. Simple Editor

Complete source code (Github)

  1. Simple Editor
  2. Editor with Ace framework

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Below is the presentation slide I used

Creating Salesforce Query Builder in Node.js and AngularJs using Salesforce REST API and OAuth2 with Heroku Button

In this post, we will be creating a Salesforce Query (SOQL) Builder. It uses Google’s Angularjs MVC Javascript library and REST API provided by Salesforce. For Authentication, it uses OAuth2.

Node.js is used as a primary language and hosted on Heroku. If you want to directly deploy to your Heroku Account, You can use Heroku Button on this Git Repository.

We have many tools available online for Query builder, However none of them were satisfying me so though to create my own tool.

This Node.js application is used for building SOQL with following features :

  • Toggle between API name and Label Name
  • Search Objects or Fileds needs to build SOQL (In my case, it was primitive. I had more than 70 Objects and many of those objects has 300+ fields)
  • Checkboxes to select fields (No need to hold control button to select multiple fields)
  • Automatic Query Builder at Right side of page
  • Shows API count used by application
  • Search returned records
  • Sorting on Table Headers
  • Pagination

Note : You will need to create “Connected App” in Salesforce to allow OAuth as explained in this post.

Live Demo of application

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Create Node.js Application using Eclipse and deploy to Heroku – Video Tutorial

In Below video, I have explained how to create basic Node.js application in Eclipse with help of Egit and Heroku plugin and deploy to Heroku.

Please read below two articles, to get familiar of Plugins and how to setup :

  1. Salesforce + Git + Eclipse + EGIT = Better and Distributed Source Control
  2. Creating First Application in Heroku using Eclipse

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