Visualforce & Force.com Canvas: Unlock your Web App inside of Salesforce.com Webinar

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Learn about the new Force.com Canvas (currently pilot in Spring '13) features. With Spring '13, you can now leverage Force.com Canvas from inside Visualforce Pages, extending your 3rd Party Applications into more areas of the salesforce.com User Interface. We will be showing a Code-Level example of how to extend your application to consume custom parameter information (via the Canvas SDK) and how to dynamically render record-specific content. After attending this webinar, you will understand: Force.com Canvas fundamentals and use cases How to leverage Force.com Canvas from inside a Visualforce page How to use the Canvas SDK to gather context-specific information for your Application What resources are available to help you learn more about Force.com Canvas Who Should Attend This webinar is geared towards intermediate to advanced Force.com developers.

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  • 1.Visualforce & Force.com CanvasUnlock your Web App inside of Salesforce.comJay Hurst, Salesforce.com, Product Manager Force.com Canvas@extraideaChris Jolley, Salesforce.com, Lead Developer Force.com Canvas@jolley

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Follow Developer Force for the latest news @forcedotcom / #forcewebinar Developer Force Force.com Community +Developer Force Force.com Community Developer Force Developer Force groupJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 5. Have questions? We have an expert support team at the ready to answer your questions during the webinar. Ask your questions via the GoToWebinar Questions Pane. The speaker(s) will choose top questions to answer live at the end of the webinar. Please post your questions as we go along! Only post your question once; well get to it as we go down the list.Join the conversation: #forcewebinar 6. Agenda Review of Force.com Canvas Demonstrate using a Force.com Canvas App in a Visualforce Page Demonstrate using custom parameters in a Force.com Canvas App Dynamically rendering record-specific content Q&A Ask Questions in the GoToWebinar Question Panel Next StepsJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 7. Assumptions This webinar assumes the following: You know/have Basic experience with Force.com Canvas Basic experience with Visualforce Pages and Tabs Some experience with Java (we will be going though a little bit of code) But dont worry, you can catch up via these resources: Force.com Canvas Developer Site - http://wiki.developerforce.com/page/Force.com_Canvas Intro to Force.com Canvas Webinar - http://wiki.developerforce.com/page/ Webinar:_Intro_to_Force.com_Canvas:_Running_External_Apps_within_the_Salesforce_UI_(2012-Oct)Join the conversation: #forcewebinar 8. Apps, Apps, EverywhereCompanies have many applications across their org Cloud Applications (Salesforce.com, Google Docs) Hybrid Applications Home Grown Solutions (Intranet, Task Management)Join the conversation: #forcewebinar 9. Modern platforms easily combine these apps Authorization is granted by the user or admin The application can act as the user Content is combined into a single interface Facebook Apps Google+ Games Twitter AppsJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 10. Introducing Force.com Canvas PILOT platform service to allow for external applications to be easily and securely integrated into Salesforce from their native environment with little re-design. Services Include JavaScript SDK Simplified Authentication (Signed Request or OAuth) Context Services (Including Custom Parameters) Cross Domain API Calls App Registration and ManagementJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 11. What does Force.com Canvas do?3rd Party AppSalesforce SDK HTTPSJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 12. What are some examples of Canvas Apps There are many examples of how Canvas Apps can be used Existing Web Applications from Partners Concur Trips, Event Applications Internally Developed Applications Intranets, Service Ticket Applications Enterprise Systems with Web Front-Ends SAP, SharepointJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 13. Force.com Canvas You code it, we show it!Regardless of your language of choice, JavaScript libraries allowyour app to connect with salesforce at a UI and API layer:Join the conversation: #forcewebinar 14. Technologies used in Force.com CanvasJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 15. Force.com Canvas Usage Flow1. User Clicks on the App from the Chatter5Tab (or VF Page) 62. The 3rd Party App responds with HTML that Chatter Tab Salesforce.comDatabaseis loaded into the salesforce UI if(conn SELEC WHERE3. The user interacts with the 3rd party appprint 44. The 3rd party app uses the Canvas Server-side JSJavaScript SDK to make a call to a serverside JavaScript library3 tag The required information is: applicationName The full name of the app namespacePrefix The namespace of the Canvas App developerName The developer name of the app (found on the app detail page) Optional information includes: height The height of your canvas width The width of your canvas border The width of the border around your canvas scrolling Indicates if the canvas should have scroll bars parameters JSON string to pass in the Context sent to the appJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 28. Using apex:canvasAppJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 29. Exposing a Canvas App in a Visualforce Tab Extending the ability to add a Canvas App in a Visualforce Page, you canalso create a Visualforce TabJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 30. Adding a Canvas App into a Record Detail Page By adding a Canvas App to a Visualforce Page, you can also embedthe app in a Record Detail page This will allow you to visually deliver content directly on your recordsJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 31. Passing Parameters to your Canvas App Using the parameters element of apex:canvasApp alows you to passcustom information to your Canvas AppThis will allow you to dynamically render you app informationEx You can pass a Salesforce Record ID and display the appropriate related record from the 3rd Party AppJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 32. Dynamically Rendering Content By extracting the parameters from the signed request or context, youcan render specific dataEx - Show record specific information inlineJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 33. Force.com Canvas Spring 13 EnhancementsIn todays session we have: Walked through the new features of Force.com Canvas in Spring 13 Exposing a Canvas App on a Visualforce Page Setting the specific Canvas Size Dynamically rendering content based on custom parameters Walked through some example in code on how to utilize the new featuresJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 34. Where to now? Force.com Canvas Resources can be found at Force.com Canvas Developer Site - http://bit.ly/forcecanvas Force.com Canvas Developer Guide - http://bit.ly/canvasdeveloperguide Discussion Board - http://bit.ly/canvasdiscussionboards Past Webinar Heroku Heroku Developer Site - https://devcenter.heroku.com/ Contact Us: Email or tweet Jay jhurst@salesforce.com/@extraidea Tweet @forcedotcom with #forcewebinarJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 35. Upcoming Events April 3, 2013 Advanced Testing & Debugging Using the Developer Console http://bit.ly/devconsole-vf April 11, 2013 Mobile CodeTalk http://bit.ly/mobilect-vf April 17, 2013 Agile Development with Heroku http://bit.ly/agileher-vf April 24, 2013 Inside the Force.com Query Optimizer http://bit.ly/query-vfJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 36. Q&AJay HurstChris Jolley Product Manager Lead Developer Force.com Force.com Canvas,Canvas, @extraidea @jolleyJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar 37. Thank You!Join the conversation: #forcewebinar